SEH is committed to environmental sustainability.
Embracing sustainability principles and tying them to our core purpose and values helps us be a healthy, growing and diverse company.
We each have a role to play in implementing our core philosophy and we make a difference one project at time by offering sustainable solutions to the clients we serve. We extend that commitment internally by following an action-based Sustainability Plan to lessen the SEH carbon footprint on our world and in achieving our core purpose of Building a Better World for All of Us®.
Our focus is in three main areas:
- Employee Involvement: Engage and inform employees on ways to be more sustainable.
- Waste Reduction: Embed sustainability into our company’s business operations.
- Renewable Energy. Reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
Connecting New Richmond's Parks and Trails System: The Nature-Doar Trail
Nature-Doar Recreational Trail fills a critical gap in the New Richmond's trail network and provides safe access for pedestrians and cyclists to the surrounding natural areas.Read More
Barnes Prairie Mitigation Bank
SEH’s team of wetland specialists, engineers, and environmental experts guided Bear Development through the design and approval process, which resulted in Barnes Prairie being approved as one of the largest mitigation banks in the State of Wisconsin.Read More
Andrews Road Extension
The 1,900 ft. Andrews Road Extension project is one of the biggest in recent memory for the City of Black River Falls.Read More
Untapped Revenue? 3 Factors to Consider Before Turning Empty Land into a Solar Site
Do you own an empty parcel of land or a large rooftop that sits open to the sky? If the sun can shine mostly unimpeded on it, you may be able to lease the space to a utility company or solar developer to generate renewable energy and compensate you for using the land or rooftop.Read More
How to Plan and Deliver a Better Engineering Project [eBook]
Every A/E project features its share of challenges. Your ability to overcome these challenges and achieve a successful project hinges on the decisions you make.Read More