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May 5, 2018 – Soltesz held its Annual Company Dinner at the Sunset Room in National Harbor, Maryland.  Soltesz employees and their guests enjoyed an evening of cocktails, great views, and dinner catered by world-renowned chef Wolfgang Puck.  Throughout the evening, Soltesz celebrated employee milestones, project highlights, company goals and initiatives, as well as activities within the local community.

April 21, 2018 - Soltesz is proud to have participated in this year's Earth Day on April 21st with Corvias and the Clean Water Partnership to help clean up the Bladensburg Waterfront Park (BWP) in Bladensburg, Maryland. This

March 24, 2018 - Soltesz, Inc. is proud to announce making the Washington Business Journal’s “Largest Engineering Firms in Greater D.C.” List, once again. Soltesz moved up three spots from last year from a ranking of 17 to a ranking of 14 and is proud to have made the Top 20  for several years in a row. The list is ranked by Metro-area billings in 2017.

Ken Dunn, RLA and Managing Member of Soltesz’s Lanham office, hosted the annual Maryland Building Industry Association (MBIA) Prince George’s County Chapter Breakfast on March 26, 2018 in Greenbelt, Maryland. Ken serves as MBIA’s Prince George’s County Chairman. MBIA members and non-members including builders, developers, consultants and regulators were encouraged to share their thoughts on how to work together to create a better Prince George’s County over coffee and breakfast at this morning’s event. The event was well received, with nearly 150 people in attendance.

Employees are one of our greatest assets, and what better way to show our gratitude for all they do then starting the day off with a robust breakfast? All offices brought in breakfast for our employees as a token of our appreciation for all that they do, not just on National Employee Appreciation Day, but every day!

Participating in Toys for Tots is something that Soltesz is proud to take part in every holiday season. Soltesz held its annual Toys for Tots luncheon on December 12, 2017 with a huge turnout for donations. The toys collected will be able to fulfill the holiday dreams of children, who would otherwise be overlooked. Tom Chicca of the Rockville office provides a lunch buffet every year for all Rockville employees who want to support this campaign. 

Soltesz recognized employee contributions on Friday, December 08, 2017. Just in time for the cold weather, each employee received an Under Armour ¼ zip. Employees from Soltesz’s six offices in the DC Metropolitan Area have exemplified the commitment to excellence required for driving success and growth for the company and clients. Communication and teamwork are vital aspects of Soltesz’s success. It takes a cohesive team effort to develop a process that is efficient and exceeds client expectations. 

Every year, Soltesz hosts a Holiday Card Art Contest with the students at Loiederman Middle School in Silver Spring, Maryland. Soltesz supports the community and the arts through our annual holiday art competition at the school in memory of Mario A. Loiederman. The theme this year was "diversity".Here are some of the fun entries from the students for the 2017 Holiday Card. The 2017 winners are:

1st Place - Julia Grimm

2nd Place - Sydney White

3rd Place - Amber Auth

Congratulations to our winners!

Soltesz is very pleased to announce that Ed Carroll, P.E. has been promoted to Vice President and General Manager of the Southern Maryland operations. Most recently, Ed served as Vice President and Director of Environmental Engineering for Soltesz. His leadership skills and brilliant delivery of client services have been outstanding, which led to his promotion to Vice President in 2011. Ed has been with the firm since 2003 and has 30 years of professional experience in the field of civil engineering and land use planning in Charles, Calvert, and St. Mary’s counties.

A groundbreaking on November 30, 2017 for a $543 million new hospital in Largo was attended by Maryland and Prince George’s County officials. The Regional Medical Center will be located at Largo Town Center. It will be directly accessible from the Capital Beltway's (I-495) Arena Drive Exit 15.