14B — February 23 - March 15, 2018 — Environmental/Green Buildings — ODM — M id A tlantic
Real Estate Journal
E nvironmental /G reen B uildings
Multi-disciplinary firm providing geotechnical, environmental and geologic services GZA acquires Melick-Tully and Associates, P.C.
environmental and geologic services to leading builders and developers in the north-
services ranging from due diligence evaluation, site fea- sibility studies, subsurface in- vestigations, and construction observation services to a wide range of clients. Operating as a division of GZA, MTA will maintain its current leader- ship, as well as its office in New Jersey. The team will continue providing consulting services to all sectors of the commercial, industrial, retail and residential markets, with added services now available to these clients as a result of GZA’s comprehensive practice areas.
“We are very pleased that MTA will be joining the GZA team,” said Bill Hadge , CEO of GZA. “We’re now able to ex- pand our core service lines in geotechnical, environmental, ecological, water, and con- struction management in the commercial real estate sector in one of the strongest econom- ic regions in the country, the metropolitan New York area.” Adds Gene Gallagher , president of MTA, “Joining a dynamic company like GZA gives us the opportunity and expertise to expand and diver- sify our services to all of our
commercial entities are looking to share and report standard- ized results. #5 Share Your Success. Man- aging, tracking and reducing waste are essential for conserv- ing resources, slowing climate change and minimizing envi- ronmental impacts on the ma- terials we use. Once you have found a strategy that works, share your success so that oth- ers can follow your example. 1 https://blog.epa.gov/blog/2016/09/ waste-and-materials-tracking-now- available-in-epas-energy-star-portfolio- manager/ Lisa Cassidy is senior strategist and founder for ecoImagine. n continued from page 9B Best practices for managing . . . PHILADELPHIA, PA — The Environmental Commu- nity Service Award, presented by Wawa, 6abc, and the envi- ronmental law firm Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP (MGKF) , celebrates more than a decade of supporting environmental programs that improve the local community. The goal of the Environmental Community Service Award is to recognize two schools (6th to 12th grades) for their outstanding programs that enhance and improve the qual- ity of life in their communities as well as raise awareness of environmental concerns. Un- derstanding the importance of encouraging schools to launch or sustain environmental pro- grams, media partner 6abc will help increase awareness of the award with their audi- ences throughout the Dela- ware Valley. FOr more information visit MGKF’s website. n clients in New Jersey as well as our other markets. We see this as a tremendous win-win for both MTA clients and the GZA/MTA team.” Founded in 1964, GZA is a multi-disciplinary firm provid- ing Environmental, Geotech- nical, Ecological, Water, and Construction Management services. GZA maintains cor- porate offices at 249 Vander- bilt Avenue, Norwood, MA 02062. n $10,000 in Honorariums to be Awarded in 2018
ORWOOD, MA — GZA GeoEnviron- mental, Inc. (GZA) ,
east. The ac- q u i s i t i o n strengthens GZA’s posi- t i o n a s a provider of geotechnical servi ces in New Jersey and the Mid- Atlantic.
a nationally recogni zed leading en- vironmental and geotech- nical consult- ing firm, an- nounced the acquisition of Melick- Tul ly and
Associates, P.C. (MTA) , a New Jersey-based multi- disciplinary firm providing comprehensive geotechnical, Bill Hadge
For more than 40 years MTA has been recognized for providing geotechnical and environmental engineering
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