Trihydro has been awarded an honorable mention in Outside Magazine’s “Best Places to Work” list.
Trihydro offers its 500 professionals opportunities to work on meaningful, complex environmental and engineering projects that make a tangible difference for clients and communities. Trihydro has 22 offices and 7 field offices throughout the United States, extending from Alaska to Florida, and a majority of employees live and work within minutes of outdoor recreation. Further, as a team of geologists, engineers, ecologists, and scientists, Trihydro's culture is rooted in a love for the outdoors.
“Our people chose careers deeply entwined with the environment, and a considerable amount of environmental and engineering work occurs in the field,” said George Mathes, Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer. “Whether it be environmental sampling with a mountain view, remediating contamination along a coastline, or overseeing the design and construction of a new pedestrian path, our employees do what they love while improving the environment and serving others.”
The “Best Places to Work” process involves an anonymous employee survey where team members have the opportunity to rank their employer against several criteria and provide open-ended responses. “The fact that our employees played a large part in us receiving this recognition makes the news all the more special, and we’re proud to see that our team members value their professional lives at Trihydro,” said Karissia Kersey, Vice President, Human Resources.
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