14B — January 30 - February 12, 2015 — Green Buildings — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


G reen B uildings

Managing director Aliza D. Stern promoted to principal at EMG Environmental company EMG recognized as a Top Workplace 2014 by The Baltimore Sun


feedback collected through an independent survey by WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, in partnership with 40 major publishing partners across the United States. According to research by WorkplaceDy- namics, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement, Top Workplaces are better places to work, and are also more likely to be successful than peer organizations. Com- panies receiving the award inspire their employees and give them room to do great things.

Nestor Benavides , presi- dent of EMG, said, “We are thrilled and honored to have been named a 2014 TopWork- place. With 67 people in our Hunt Valley, Maryland, head- quarters and more than 500 people employed nationwide, our team strives to create a cohesive corporate culture around a singular mission to be the best and largest techni- cal assessments and project management consulting com- pany for real estate facilities in the United States. For nearly 30 years, the amazing dedication of our people has made us the trusted partner for many of the country’s largest property owners and lenders. ” In other news... EMG has promoted Aliza D. Stern to principal and Shan- non Vogt to project man- ager team leader for its Asset Management Division. Stern will

UN T V A L L E Y , MD — EMG , a Mary- land-based engineer-

ing, environmental, capital planning, and project man- agement consulting company, has been recognized as a Top Workplace 2014 by The Baltimore Sun. The firm was one of 100 regional companies and organizations to formally receive the honor at the Top Workplaces Awards Dinner, held on December 4, 2014 at The Lord Baltimore Hotel, in Baltimore, Maryland. Top Workplace winners are selected solely on employee

(L to R): Ivolee Henson, Kristin Taylor, Keri Webb, Robin Cook, Nestor Benavides, Gina Rowe, and Kate Varner represent EMG at The Baltimore Sun’s Top Workplace Awards Dinner

helm EMG’s C o m m e r - cial Division sales team wh i l e c on - t i nu i ng t o wo r k wi t h national cli- ents. Stern’s expertise in d e a l man - a g e m e n t , transactional analysis and s t r a t e g i c planning has helped EMG

Aliza Stern

Shannon Vogt

to expand and develop a di- verse, national client roster that spans government, retail, hospitality, health care, edu- cation, multi-family housing and business parks. She joined EMG in 2001 and served as managing director prior to her promotion. Shannon Vogt will supervise and work with teams of field managers, program manag- ers, reviewers, trainers and other departmental staff to develop increasingly more ef- ficient operational systems for EMG personnel nationwide. Vogt joined EMG in 2003 and quickly developed exper- tise in commercial real estate due diligence, facility condi- tion assessment, federal and county building engineering reports, energy audits and construction project manage- ment and monitoring. n

Made with FlippingBook HTML5