EEA is very excited to share that the business is now Certified Employee-Owned -- a certification program for employee owned businesses.
“Certified Employee-Owned exists to build an employee-owned economy. Through our certification, we are creating national recognition for EO and publicizing the benefits that employee-owned companies offer to working people, customers, and local communities,” their website states.
The program focuses on best practices, recruiting, hiring, branding, and most importantly consumer awareness.
“We place a lot of value and importance on our status as an Employee Owned company, and achieving this certification is another way to bring attention to this unique aspect of our firm,” says Todd Schmitt, CEO of EEA Consulting Engineers. “Being Employee Owned is central to our culture and helps create wealth for the whole team. We feel that this sets us apart in the AEC industry.”
“We are building a future where employee-owned companies are a large portion of the economy – where the benefits of employee ownership are widely recognized, and EO is seen as one of the defining aspects of a great business,” their website says. “In this future, employee-owned companies will be the employer of choice for millions of job seekers, and being employee-owned will be a major differentiator with clients and consumers. Employee-owned will be synonymous with high quality, great customer service, and well-paying, stable jobs.”
Employee owned businesses are rooted in local communities, create strong local economies, create wealth for working people, and care deeply for their customers.
To learn more about Certified Employee Owned, watch this video here.
EEA Consulting Engineers has engineers that are licensed in all 50 states and the District of Columbia for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering services, energy conservation, and commissioning services. Since the company’s founding in 1977, the small business has grown from two staff to now more than 80 personnel in three offices in two states to solve more than 5,000 energy-related project problems in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Singapore. Facility types include: central utility plants, commercial buildings, data centers, government and military, high tech and semiconductor sector, higher education institutions, industrial facilities, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, recreational parks and pools, religious institutions, and retail and senior living clients. EEA is an Austin American Statesman “Top Workplace” and has been a Consulting Specifying Engineer magazine “MEP Giant” multiple years (a top 100 MEP engineering firm in the USA). For more information, please visit: https://www.eeace.com