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The Waldorf Soltesz staff enjoyed some quality time with each other before the holidays with our Holiday Luncheon. 

Jim Soltesz attended the Committee for Montgomery's Annual Legislative Breakfast, where elected officials, government and business representatives, and community leaders throughout Montgomery County and the State of Maryland were in attendance.

Together Soltesz is making an impact on some of the most important issues facing our communities. We donated $4,000 in total to Three Oaks Center, Angel's Watch Regional Shelter, Community Ministry of Prince George's County, and The Dwelling Place this quarter. The money we have contributed is saving lives and bringing hope to people in need.  It's something we can all be proud to support.

Soltesz held its Annual Toys for Tots Holiday Luncheon, supporting the companywide priority to give back to the community.

Soltesz conducted a companywide Stormwater Management Summit, where staff was lectured on the newest innovations in water quality in this rapidly expanding industry. The session featured one of the nation’s most renowned experts in the field, Neil Weinstein, President of Low Impact Development, a nationally known non-profit company.

In preparation of the upcoming colder weather and to give a great big thank you to our employees, Soltesz happily handed out winter coats to our staff sporting the firm's logo!

The Soltesz Lanham office came together for a Thanksgiving celebration.

As part of our commitment to PEPCO, Soltesz is providing Civil Design and Surveying services for the installation of two new underground 230kV transmission feeders in Ward 1 of the District of Columbia, an endeavor totaling 1.3 miles.

Soltesz recently resumed the New Hire Luncheon, gathering 20 new employees from different offices for an open opportunity to meet one another and engage in an open discussion on the firm's mission and values.

Soltesz is honored to be part of a public-private partnership that is "first of its kind."  The Prince George's County and Corvias Solutions Public-Private Partnership (P3), also called the Clean Water Partnership, is an agreement between County government and the private sector to retrofit up to 4,000 acres of impervious surfaces using green infrastructure.  The goals of the Partnership are to reduce the cost and timelines traditionally associated with achieving regulatory compliance, while enhancing the long-term sustainability of the program through its effective project manage