Trihydro Receives Three Awards from Two Publications
LARAMIE, WY—Each year the Environmental Business Journal (EBJ), recognizes outstanding business performance in the environmental industry with their Business Achievement Awards. Trihydro Corporation was chosen by EBJ to receive two awards.
Trihydro was also chosen to receive the Business Achievement Award for Information Technology (IT) by Climate Change Business Journal (CCBJ) for the development and deployment of the company’s LeakTracker Pro software application.
EBJ Business Achievement Awards
Business Achievement: Mid-Size Firm ($50 – $100 million) – Silver Medal
Companies are selected to receive EBJ’s Business Achievement Award based on growth or achievements in profitability, major new project wins, staff hires, or new clients.
“In what is widely regarded as a stable market, a number of companies exceeded the norms of low single-digit growth with double-digit growth or ambitious ventures into new practice areas or technology development,” said Grant Ferrier, president of Environmental Business International Inc. (EBI, Inc.), publisher of EBJ.
Trihydro received the award after being selected as one of two companies chosen to enter into an advanced supplier relationship (ASR) by a long-term client and Fortune 500 oil and gas enterprise. As a result of the ASR, Trihydro was awarded approximately fifteen new projects varying in both scope, size, and location. A focused effort to successfully transition the projects began early in FY 2019 and continued throughout the year. To support the additional project work, the firm hired thirty-four staff members and established new operations in San Luis Obispo, Guadalupe, and Richmond, CA; Amarillo, TX; and Lawrenceville, IL.
EBJ’s Information Technology (IT) Award distinguishes companies who use information technology to support revenue growth, project efficiency, demonstration or visualization or software or system to manage information. Trihydro received the IT Award for the development and deployment of the company’s LeakTracker Pro software application.
Trihydro developed LeakTracker Pro to help industrial and petrochemical organizations manage the overlapping compliance and reporting requirements often associated with leak detection and repair (LDAR) programs. The web-based software platform features field data collection, workflow automation, notifications and alerts, and customizable recordkeeping and reporting. Developed in 2017, LeakTracker Pro is currently being used at 4,630 sites across the US.
CCBJ Business Achievement Awards
Each year Climate Change Business Journal (CCBJ) recognizes outstanding business performance in the climate change industry with their CCBJ Business Achievement Awards.
CCBJ’s Business Achievement IT Award distinguishes companies who use information technology to support revenue growth, project efficiency, demonstration or visualization of data or software, or to manage information. Final awards were determined by a committee of CCBJ staff and CCBJ editorial advisory board members.
Trihydro was chosen to receive the Business Achievement Award for Information Technology (IT), again for the development and deployment of the company’s LeakTracker Pro software application.
The 2019 EBJ awards and 2019 CCBJ awards will be presented at a special ceremony at the Environmental Industry Summit XVIII in San Diego, California on March 19, 2020. The Environmental Industry Summit is an annual three-day executive retreat hosted by EBI, Inc.
In This Issue
The Art of Architecture
Architects often find themselves facing something of a chicken and egg dilemma. When it comes to design, what takes precedence—form or function?
“It’s a great question, and it’s probably a loaded question,” says David McVeigh, president of RIM Architects. “You can ask ten different architects and get ten different answers.”
Many of the factors that influence those answers land outside the architect’s control. The client’s vision for the building, its location and intended use, the project budget, and whether the design must conform to specific guidelines are all details the architect must consider when determining how much emphasis to place on aesthetics and how much on function.