After 25 years, I will retire from 3M on March 31, 2009. I sincerely
appreciate the good friendships & business relationships that I have had
throughout these years. Thank you !
Goodbye,... Good Luck,... and God Bless,
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY (April 14, 2009) – The Chazen Companies, a leading provider of engineering, land surveying, environmental, planning, and landscape architecture services, announced that sixteen professional staff have attained certification as LEED® Accredited Professionals based on the criteria awarded through the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). USGBC is a nonprofit organization composed of leaders working to advance buildings that are environmentally responsible, profitable and healthy places to live and work. Driving its mission to transform the built environment is USGBC's LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System™, which is supported by the LEED Professional Accreditation program, administered through the Green Building Certification Institute.
The sixteen staff include the following in the Company's Troy office:
"Chazen is taking the talk of sustainability and putting it into action," said Mark Kastner, the Company's President. "Our staff is committed to providing clients with the most comprehensive approach to their projects. These LEED Accredited Professionals can help clients determine how their projects can be sensitive to the environment and the community as a whole. We're looking forward to having even more LEED Professionals among our staff before year's end."
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