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It is with great sadness that we inform you that one of our beloved Associates, Jeff Retterer, has passed away.

Soltesz is recognized and ranked #7 in the Washington Business Journal's 2016 Top Landscape Architecture Firms List.

Soltesz has been recognized by the Alliance for Workplace Excellence with the 2016 Workplace Excellence Seal of Approval Award, demonstrating the firm's support for the quality of life for employees, their families, and the community.

In celebration of Earth Day 2016, Soltesz participated in a stream cleanup organized by the Anacostia Watershed Society and Corvias, part of a larger organized efforts for dozens of local stream cleanups around the DC Metropolitan Area.

Soltesz employees joined for the firm's annual company dinner to celebrate employee awards and milestones, project highlights, and company event and initiatives within the local community.

Soltesz is pleased to announce the winners of the firm's 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Challenge!

As part of Soltesz’s efforts to continuously train and educate its employees, the firm recently hosted a training class on “Making Meetings Work,” discussing effective tools and strategies to make meetings more successful.

The Maryland Building Industry Association’s (MBIA) Prince George’s County Chapter held their annual Legislative Breakfast this week, providing open discussion between government officials and industry professionals. Ken Dunn, Managing Member of Soltesz, LLC, chaired the event.

The Soltesz Survey Team held their annual breakfast meeting this past weekend, providing the opportunity for companywide discussions on safety and training updates.

Soltesz is now celebrating 36 years of delivering reliable, innovative civil engineering to the Washington Metropolitan Area.  Founded on March 17, 1980, Soltesz has provided civil engineering, environmental sciences, landscape architecture, and surveying services to our clients and local communities for over three decades.