TerraTherm recognised for outstanding environmental performance
TerraTherm, Inc, a rapidly growing provider of environmental remediation services and technologies, announced today that it has been named to "The Zweig Letter 2013 Hot Firm List" which recognises the fastest-growing architecture, engineering, planning, and environmental consulting firms in the United States and Canada.
This marks the second time that TerraTherm has been recognised for growth and leadership by this leading industry publication.
ZweigWhite, the nation's leading consulting, publishing, and training firm for the architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting industries, issues The Hot Firm List each year. The list recognises firms that have outperformed the economy and competitors and exhibit the fastest growth in the last three fiscal years.
"Getting on The Zweig Letter Hot Firm List is a considerable accomplishment, particularly when you consider the long timeframes for major project development and the slowly reemerging economic conditions that these firms have faced," said Mark C. Zweig, ZweigWhite founder & CEO. "The companies we have identified are consistently achieving growth and technical success, which is a testament to their leadership skills and innovation in their respective fields."
"We are honored to be recognised as a member of the The Zweig Letter Hot Firm List for being one of the fastest growing firms in our industry," said David Allworth, TerraTherm's Chief Financial Officer. "This is a testament to all of our employees' hard work and dedication to consistently exceeding our customers' project objectives, including satisfaction of regulatory requirements, total cost of treatment, and desired end-results."
TerraTherm, Inc. is a worldwide leader in the development and implementation of in situ and on-site thermal remediation of toxic contaminants. They design, build and operate projects from concept to closure, using Thermal Conduction Heating (TCH), Steam Enhanced Extraction (SEE), Resistance Heating, and combinations of the above. With offices in Massachusetts and California, and sublicensees such as Krüger A/S (eight European countries) and SheGoTec (Japan), they offer services worldwide. For more information, visit www.terratherm.com.