|By Marketwired .||
|July 14, 2014 03:40 PM EDT||
GARDNER, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/14/14 -- TerraTherm, Inc. of Gardner, Massachusetts announced today that it was honored with a 2014 ZweigWhite Best Firms to Work For Award. The Best Firms To Work For Award recognizes employers in the architecture, engineering, planning and environmental industries for their superior practices, policies, people, and places that make great work environments and set them apart from their peers. The award is given in five categories: civil engineering, multidiscipline, environmental, structural engineering, and architecture. TerraTherm placed 5th in the Environmental category and 33rd overall in the top 100 of all firms.
Dr. Ralph Baker, TerraTherm's Chairman and Co-Founder, said, "ZweigWhite based their evaluation on a comprehensive survey of TerraTherm's benefits, HR policies, training programs, and other employment-related factors. In addition, each of our team members was asked to complete a separate, anonymous survey. Placing #5 in our category is a reflection not only of our work place environment, but on how positively our employees view working for our company!"
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), Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH), 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.
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