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Soltesz Vice President and General Manager, Ken Dunn, was invited to speak at the Prince George’s County Council’s Annual Retreat regarding the building industry’s outlook on economic development in the county over the next five years.

Soltesz is pleased to announce the promotion of Ankur Patel, PE to the position of Associate in the firm's Rockville office.

The Maryland Building Industry Association (MBIA) recently released a statement regarding the Municipal Zoning Authority bill as presented to the Prince George's County Delegation to the Maryland General Assembly, of which Soltesz Vice President and General Manager, Ken Dunn, testified.

Soltesz recently provided an extensive seminar to 50 staff members, addressing American with Disabilities Act (ADA) design and construction requirements. This educational session was offered as part of the firm’s Employee Enrichment Program, which includes computer training, professional development training, and project management training.

We are pleased to announce that JL Fisher, PLA, has recently joined Soltesz as a Senior Landscape Architect in our Rockville office. JL brings over 20 years of experience in land development planning and design for public and private sector clients.

Jim Soltesz, CEO, has been appointed by Maryland Governor-Elect Larry Hogan to his Transition Team, assisting with reviewing the entire regulatory program of the State of Maryland, including all of its agencies.

Soltesz President and CEO, Jim Soltesz, was invited to be one of the featured speakers at the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) “Where were you then?” event, sharing his experiences and insight in navigating real estate industry’s cyclical financial patterns.

Soltesz accepted an invitation to participate in the Maryland Bio Foundation's ATLAS event, where we met with high school and college students interested in learning about STEM careers and real world applications.

Maryland Department of the Environment’s (MDE) Water Management Administration (WMA) has reached a final determination to issue the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination (NPDES) General Permit for Stormwater Associated with Construction Activity (General Permit). MDE intends to issue the general permit with an effective date of January 1, 2015. Soltesz's engineers can help guide your projects through MDE’s new General Permit process.

Officers and Associates of Soltesz recently held an all-day planning retreat to discuss Best Practices throughout the Company.