SEARCH is on the winning Far Western team for a $3 million 3-year IDIQ contract to provide archaeology, underwater archaeology, and historic architectural services to the USACE Los Angeles District in support of Civil and Military projects across areas of the Southwestern United States, including Southern California, Southern Nevada, Southwestern Utah, and Arizona including the South Pacific Division Area of Responsibility. The majority of the work and services will be for Civil works projects; however, there will be a smaller portion of the work and services that will be in support of Military projects.
SEARCH is on the winning Clover Leaf Solutions team for a $30 million 4-year MATOC IDIQ contract for Environmental Consulting Services to the USACE Ft. Worth District in support of Civil and Military projects across areas of the Southwestern United States, including Southwest Division, Tulsa, Little Rock, Galveston and Ft. Worth Districts, Texas, and Louisiana.
Inc. magazine listed SEARCH on its 33rd annual Inc. 500|5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the nation. Started in 1982, this prestigious list of the nation's most successful private companies has become the hallmark of entrepreneurial success.
"What surprises me... is the sheer variety of the paths our entrepreneurs take to success, thematically reflecting how our economy has evolved," says Inc. President and Editor-In-Chief Eric Scherenberg.
SEARCH is proud to be chosen as one of fifty leading companies selected from more than 500 nominations statewide, as this year's Florida Companies to WatchSM winners.
Florida Companies to Watch is an awards program that celebrates privately-held companies headquartered in the state. Awardees are selected for demonstrating the intent and capacity to grow based on employee or sales growth, exceptional entrepreneurial leadership, sustainable competitive advantage, outstanding corporate culture, inspired community giving and other notable strengths.
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SEARCH has received a bronze Stevie Award in the Company of the Year - Diversified Services category by the 2014 American Business Awards.
More than 3,300 nominations from organizations of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted this year for consideration. The Stevie Award winners were selected by more than 240 executives worldwide who participated in the judging process this year.
"It's an honor for us to recognize and celebrate such an outstanding class of organizations and individuals," said Michael Gallagher, president and founder of the Stevie Awards.
SEARCH wins a $20 million/3-year IDIQ MATOC from the USACE Ft. Worth District to provide archaeology, underwater archaeology, and historic architectural services for military and civil engineering projects across the US and US Territories.
SEARCH is honored to be ranked 87th on the 2014 ZweigWhite Hot Firm List of the “100 fastest growing architecture, engineering, planning, and environmental [and cultural] firms in the United States and Canada. These are the firms that have outperformed the economy and competitors to become leaders in their chosen fields. In an industry comprised of over 100,000 firms, those who have made the list have demonstrated their ability to grow, prosper and be recognized among the elite 100 fastest-growing firms.”
“Getting on the ZweigWhite Hot Firm list is a tremendous achievement,” said Mark Zweig, firm founder and CEO. “That’s especially true now the economy is doing better,” Zweig added. “The goal post is getting higher!”
Environmental Business Journal discusses SEARCH's approach to cultural resource management and its standing in the industry in an interview with James Pochurek, SEARCH Vice President
SEARCH was recognized by the Environmental Business Journal for Business Achievement: Small Firms and Project Merit: Habitat Restoration for the Chassahowitzka Headspring restoration project.
March 12, 2014 – Environmental Business Journal Business Achievement Award winners accept honors in San Diego, California.
From left to right: Anne V. Stokes, President and Principal, SEARCH; James Pochurek, Vice President and Principal, SEARCH; Erika Sawyer, Western Regional Manager, Marstel-Day; Kiran Gill, President, PARS Environmental; Julie Erickson, Federal Program Manager, Stell Environmental; Grant Ferrier, President, Environmental Business International, Inc.
March 12, 2014 – Environmental Business Journal Project Merit Award winners accept honors in San Diego, California.
From left to right: Paul Fennelly, Sr. Vice President, AECOM; Alec Hart, Environmental Services Practice Lead, MWH Global; Anne V. Stokes, President and Principal, SEARCH; James Pochurek, Vice President and Principal, SEARCH; Grant Ferrier, President, Environmental Business International, Inc.