Alvin Star, Joe Galley, Marc Hudock, Dave Winslow, Ken Johnston and Bill Hadge accepted the award on behalf of GZA during the March 6th Chairman’s Reception.
GZA received the award in recognition of its Shareholder Grant Program which supports the volunteer projects and nonprofit organizations that its employees are directly involved in. The program is open to all of GZA’s over 500 employees in 25 offices, including their offices in Fairfield and Hammonton, NJ.
“The Commerce and Industry Association applauds GZA’s ingenuity for devising innovative ways to overcome some of our most daunting problems,” said CIANJ Chairman Tracy Straka. “The good works done by GZA show an indomitable spirit that is ever ready to assist a neighbor in need.”
“We are grateful and honored by this recognition of our Company’s contribution to the communities where we live and work, and those that our employees may be involved with overseas,” said William Hadge President and CEO of GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. “We support the CIANJ and their efforts to foster business growth in the state, and we are extremely pleased to receive this award from such an outstanding organization.”
Founded in 1964, GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. is a multi-disciplined firm providing environmental, geotechnical, ecological, water, and construction management services. GZA maintains corporate offices at 249 Vanderbilt Avenue, Norwood, MA 02062. The firm has 520 employees and operates 25 offices in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes Regions of the United States. For additional information, please call William Hadge, CEO at 781-278-3801 or visit the company’s website at www.gza.com.