The Maryland Building Industry Association’s (MBIA) Prince George’s County Chapter held their annual Legislative Breakfast this week at Martin’s Crosswinds in Greenbelt, Maryland. The event was attended by MBIA members, government officials, and local politicians, providing the opportunity for industry professional and government officials to discuss key issues and concerns.
Ken Dunn, Managing Member of Soltesz, LLC, and Chairman of the MBIA Prince George’s County Chapter, chaired the event. Other speakers included Jim Coleman of Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation and Andrea Harrison, County Council Member for District 5.
Mr. Dunn presented the “Quality of Life Award” to Mary Giles, Associate Director of Prince George’s County Department of Permitting Inspections and Enforcement (pictured above).
Soltesz is an award winning regional civil engineering firm, serving the Washington Metropolitan Area since 1980. The firm is an active and highly involved member of MBIA. Ken Dunn has served the Prince George’s County Chapter since 2012.
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