Geosyntec Offices are "Best Place to Work"
ATLANTA, Ga. — On October 3, 2007, the Environmental Business Council (EBC) of New England recognized Geosyntec's Boston office as the "Best Place to Work" in the New England area in the medium-sized firm category. The EBC is an organization, composed of 170 member companies, that supports and fosters the development of the environmental industry with the goal of enhancing business and job growth of both established and emerging environmental and energy businesses.
"Best Place to Work" award recipients were selected based on results from online surveys of EBC corporate members' employees. These are firms that have a stake in the environmental industry such as engineers, law firms, utility companies, state and federal agencies, and real estate developers.
This is not the first time one of Geosyntec's local offices has received such an honor. For two years in a row, the Oakland office has won an award for "Best Places to Work in the Bay Area" given by the San Francisco Business Times, Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal, and the East Bay Business Times — ranking 10 of the most outstanding companies as rated by their employees.
Coming on the heels of the entire Geosyntec family being recognized by CE News as one of the Top 10 Civil Engineering Firms to work for in September of 2006, this award is further evidence that our mission can be translated into results, as we strive to be, "The employer of choice for exceptionally talented engineers and scientists, who share our core values and whose practice and client-service interests align with our own."
Geosyntec, founded in 1983, provides consulting engineering and science services throughout the United States and internationally. With 35 offices in the U.S. and select international locations, Geosyntec engineers and scientists are known for their technology leadership and practice innovation in the areas of geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering, contaminated site assessment and remediation, groundwater assessment and remediation, risk assessment and toxicology, urban stormwater management, water and natural resources management, solid waste disposal facility permitting and design, and environmental biotechnology.