Growth: People, Places & Clients
Like nearly everyone else, COVID set us back a bit, but it hasn’t stopped all of our progress! Our team continues to grow, both in terms of the number of people, where we work, and who we’re working with.
People & Places
With our latest new hire this week, we’re now up to ten! As we grow in numbers, the number of different cities wherein we have employees has also grown – in addition to our Omaha HQ, we have staff in Lincoln, NE, Denver, CO and Los Angeles, CA. Click here to see all ten members of Team Verdis and their bios. I’ll be honest, it’s a team of all-stars, and I’m really excited about the crew of phenomenal people we’ve amassed.
In addition to all the great clients we have in Omaha, we have several national clients with whom we are now working. Here’s a quick list:
- City of Salem, OR – climate action plan
- City of Lincoln, NE – climate action plan
- Seattle Aquarium – sustainability master plan
- Dallas Zoo – sustainability master plan
- University of Nebraska at Lincoln – waste management master plan
- Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Commission – sustainability master plan + implementation
- California State University – East Bay – strategic sustainability facilitation
- Crowd Cow – greenhouse gas inventory
- Arbor Day Foundation – greenhouse gas inventory
But we don’t want to minimize the great work that’s happening in Omaha. Here’s a quick summary of a few recent and current projects:
- First National Bank – sustainability as part of CSR, greenhouse gas inventory, active transportation strategy, and waste management strategy
- Millwork Commons – sustainability vision and plan
- Mutual of Omaha – active transportation strategy, and waste management strategy
- University of Nebraska at Omaha – sustainability key indicators, reporting and employee/faculty survey
- First United Methodist Church – sustainability master plan
These are all in addition to the ongoing work with have with Nebraska Medicine/UNMC, the Omaha Public Schools, Nebraska Methodist Health System, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium, Kearney Public Schools, and Metropolitan Utilities District.
Suffice it to say, we’re busy and loving the work that we’re doing!
Onward and upward!