Dewberry Receives 2015 Climate Change Business Journal Award

For Immediate Release
Fairfax, VA | 04.13.2016

Environmental Business Journal recognizes firms for growth and innovation.

Dewberry is pleased to announce that it was chosen to receive the Climate Change Business Journal (CCBJ) award for Consulting and Engineering: Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience. Each year CCBJ recognizes outstanding business performance in the climate change industry.

The firm was recognized for delivering decision support on climate stressors to infrastructure and assets for local, state, federal, and private clients in 2015. With a history in hazard risk management and engineering, Dewberry has provided analysis guidance for sea level rise projects for the Federal Emergency Management Association, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Transportation Research Board, as well as local and state governments including New York, Florida, and the City of Virginia Beach.

About the CCBJ Business Achievement Awards

Climate Change Business Journal solicited nominations for the EBJ Business Achievement Awards. Nominations were accepted in 200-word essays in either specific or unspecified categories. Final awards were determined by a committee of CCBJ staff and CCBJ editorial advisory board members.

About EBI

Founded in 1988, Environmental Business International Inc. (EBI, San Diego, Calif.) is a research, publishing and consulting company that specializes in defining emerging markets and generating strategic market intelligence for companies, investors and policymakers. EBI publishes Environmental Business Journal®, the leading provider of strategic information for the environmental industry, and Climate Change Business Journal®, which covers nine segments of the Climate Change Industry. EBI also performs contract research for the government and private sector and founded the Environmental Industry Summit, an annual three-day event for executives in the environmental industry.

  • emergency management
  • federal
  • State/Local
  • resilience
  • climate change

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