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12.13.19

WINExpo

Summit hosted a booth the annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo (WINExpo) on December 5. WINExpo is the largest trade show and conference focused exclusively on Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake counties, and is the 2nd largest wine industry show in North America. With over 3,000 wine professionals attending, the event was a great opportunity for us to connect with clients, vendors, and others in the wine industry.

10.04.19

Summit recognized at Best Places to Work reception

Summit Engineering was recognized as a "Best Places to Work" company by the North Bay Business Journal during a reception held on September 26.  Summit's been identified as a company that "rises above others in quality, professionalism, respect, and camaraderie." We feel honored to have now received this award thirteen times.

08.26.19

13 Time "Best Places to Work" Award Recipient!

https://www.northbaybusinessjournal.com/events/9895871-181/north-bay-best-places-to-work?artslide=73

Summit Engineering is honored to receive the North Bay Business Journal's "Best Places to Work" award for the 13th time!  We try our best to exemplify our core commitments: Integrity, Excellence, Respectful Relationships, Client Service, Personal and Professional Growth, Optimism, Teamwork and Innovation.

06.27.19

2019 "Women in Business" Award Recipient

https://www.northbaybusinessjournal.com/northbay/sonomacounty/9652804-181/demae-rubins-women-in-business

Hats off to Demae Rubins (Principal and Planning Division Manager) for being selected as a 2019 Women in Business award recipient. Demae has been recognized as a leader, innovator and visionary in the North Bay. Congratulations Demae; we are proud to have on you the Summit team! 

02.14.19

Congratulations are in order!

Congratulations to our own Cristina Pedroncelli, P.E., newly elected Chapter President of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Redwood Empire Younger Member Forum. We are so proud of you!

01.24.19

Supporting Engineers Without Borders

Summit donated $5000 to our local Engineers Without Borders chapter! EWB-SCP recently returned from another trip to the Peruvian Amazon Basin.  This time they built a rainwater catchment system in the community of Vista Alegre.