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Envision: It’s Not Just About the Score

Kevin Thornton’s discussion on how the Envision process influences projects for the better, regardless of certification, is re-posted on the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure’s website.

Sustainable Features and Innovative Solutions

Psomas staff, Anne Williams and Mike Crehan, talk about sustainable aspects of this high-profile LA project in Civil Engineering magazine.

January Showers Bring March Flowers

Don’t Miss Your Window of Opportunity! Avoid costly project delays. Plan your focused surveys for special status plant and wildlife species now.

Setting A New Standard

Psomas Envision expert Kevin Thornton is extensively quoted in this Engineering Inc. article.

Envision: It’s Not Just About the Score

The Envision checklist process influences projects for the better, regardless of certification. By Kevin Thornton, PE, ENV SP, STP

Wetlands Park Transforms Former Landfill Site

A holistic, systems-based solution with multiple benefits to the environment, economy, and society. Published by World Water: Stormwater Management magazine.

California Explores Sustainable Transit

Sustainable transit through systematic implementation of social, environmental, and economic sustainability programs. Published by civil + structural ENGINEER magazine.

Former Landfill Becomes Wetland

Michael Pollard explains how the Rory Shaw Wetland Park brings the three pillars of sustainability concept to life.

When it Comes to the Environment, Everything is Connected

Marking our recent Breath of Life Award, Blake Murillo reflects on environmentally positive projects.

Model for Urban Stormwater Treatment South Los Angeles Wetlands Park

The South Los Angeles Wetland Park sets the standard for achievement in sustainability. Article in civil + structural ENGINEER magazine.

Breath of Life™ Awards: Psomas Honored for Sustainability Leadership

BREATHE LA awarded Psomas with their Breath of Life™ Award for sustainability leadership.

Sustainability Rating Systems: Broad Based or Narrowly Focused?

A guide to help transportation infrastructure owners decide on the best approach. By Sean Vargas and Kevin Thornton | Published by CE News


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Envision: It’s Not Just About the Score

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Kevin Thornton Named Director of Sustainability

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Envisioning Sustainable Infrastructure: An Interview with Tim Psomas

Advocating For Sustainable Engineering Practices in San Diego

Kevin Thornton Presents On Envision at ACEC-AZ Conference

Stormwater Treatment Project Sets the Standard for Achievement in Sustainability

Psomas Biologist Conducts Pro Bono Ballona Wetland Butterfly Survey

BonTerra Consulting Joins Psomas

Kevin Thornton on Sustainability at AACE/NACE Western Region Conf

Tim Psomas Presents Sustainability Workshop for SCAG

Michael Pollard Presents at Sustainability Seminar

Sustainability Rating Systems: Broad Based or Narrowly Focused?

Psomas Signs Up for ISI Fast Track Credentialing Program

A New View on Civil Infrastructure

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