Category Archives: Stewardship
Posted in Employees | Information Technology | Stewardship by Jillian Ibbs (Marketing) on November 11, 2013
At Larson Design Group, we believe that our employees are our greatest asset. In this feature, we profile some of the staff members who contribute to our success. This month the spotlight is on Ryan Raplee, Web Designer with LDG’s IT group.
Where did your career take you before joining LDG?
I was very fortunate to begin my career at LDG as a Student Co-Op in the Information Technology department. The Co-op program offered by LDG allowed me to gain valuable experience, earn some money, and gain college credit all at the same time. It was awesome. I worked as a Job Co-op off and on for 2 years.
Posted in Communities | Employees | Landscape Architecture | Leadership | Networking | Professional Development | Stewardship by Administrator () on November 2, 2012
Steven Beattie, RLA, Senior Project Manager at LDG’s Selinsgrove office, recently sat down with the Central PA Chamber of Commerce to discuss why Central Pennsylvania is a great place to do business.
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Posted in Communities | Employees | Stewardship by Jillian Ibbs (Marketing) on May 24, 2012
On May 18th and 19th, Larson Design Group employees participated in Williamsport’s Relay for Life. The Relay is an annual fundraiser which benefits the American Cancer Society. LDG employees were able to raise over $2600 by selling baked goods and collecting donations. In total, the American Cancer Society raised over $247,000 to use in the fight against cancer. Here are some photos from the event.No comments yet | Permalink |
Posted in Communities | Current Events | Education | Employees | Leadership | Stewardship by Jillian Ibbs (Marketing) on April 17, 2012
Larson Design Group engineers Steven Beattie and Curtis Barrick recently spent time assisting Bucknell University civil engineering students with their senior project. Under the leadership of Professor Mike Toole, the students tackled an assignment involving large-scale institutional land development. Beattie and Barrick attended project scoping meetings, provided technical guidance, and reviewed the students’ progress throughout the semester.No comments yet | Permalink |
Posted in Communities | Current Events | Employees | Leadership | Stewardship | Transportation by Steve Muller (Manager of Client Development) on September 20, 2011
The Bloomsburg Fair in Columbia County was cancelled for the first time in 157 years due to flooding the fairgrounds recently received.
The rains from September 5th through the 8th, as the remnants of tropical storm Lee crossed the eastern seaboard, brought the fifth worst flood in Susquehanna Valley history. Destruction and loss of life followed in the wake of the flooding, as residents, businesses, and officials from PA and the federal government continue to assess the damage.
As of four days after the flood waters began receding, here is some of what happened:
4,500 homes, and counting, were damaged or destroyed. > Read the rest of this article
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