Aug 29, 2013 - StaffTrihydro Corporation has announced its ranking as No. 109 on the 2013 Top 200 Environmental Firms list by Engineering News-Record, moving up 16 spots from No. 125 in 2012. This is the seventh consecutive year that Trihydro has made the list, debuting at No. 171 on the magazine's annual ranking in 2006.
Trihydro provides public and private clients with a environmental and engineering services, including environmental investigation and remediation, civil engineering and design, surveying, air quality consulting and process management, information technology, environmentally sustainable design, and natural resources consulting. The company has offices in Lander and is headquartered in Laramie.
ENR's website states that, "despite market uncertainties, list participants pushed, persevered and sought to prosper." Trihydro continues to prosper and has more than 375 trained professionals with 15 offices nationwide.
"We are pleased to see that our continued emphasis on strategic planning for sustainable growth has paid off during the recent difficult economic times," said Trihydro's president, Jack Bedessem.
An important contribution to Trihydro's continued success in 2012 was an increase in work with the company's client base across the petroleum sector, including notable growth within the upstream oil and gas sector. Trihydro also has increased its role in providing environmental solutions to clients in the mining industry.
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