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AMEC announces Charter Membership
AMEC announced its ISI Charter Membership and commitment to credential 100 professionals to become Envision™ Sustainability Professionals (ENV SP). These credentialed professionals will be able to document sustainability accomplishments in AMEC's client projects in conformance with the Envision rating system. details

South L.A. Wetland Park Receives Envision™ Platinum Award
The South Los Angeles Wetland Park in Los Angeles, California, has earned the Envision™ Platinum award—the highest level attainable in the ISI Envision sustainable infrastructure rating system. details

HNTB joins credentialing fast track
HNTB Corporation has committed to enrolling 100 employees in the Envision credentialing program. As a charter member of ISI, HNTB professionals—including urban designers, architects, civil engineers, electrical engineers and mechanical engineers—will complete the training and examination to earn the credentialed ENV SP status. details

ISI Reaches Milestone of over 1000 Credentialed ENV SPs
ISI announced today that it has reached the major milestone of over 1,000 Envision™ Sustainability Professionals (ENV SPs) from across North America who have been credentialed in the use of the Envision sustainable infrastructure rating system. details

Platinum Envision Award for Placer County Snow Creek Restoration Project
The Snow Creek Stream environment zone restoration in North Lake Tahoe, Placer County, Calif., has earned the Envision™ Platinum award—the highest level attainable. Snow Creek is the second project to receive an ISI Envision rating. details

Burns & McDonnell Announced it has Over 100 Credentialed ENV SPs
Burns & McDonnell, an ISI Charter Member announced it has credentialed over 100 employee-owners across 15 major U.S. metropolitan areas as ISI Envision Sustainability Professionals (ENV SPs). details

ISI Envision™ Student Credential Announced
ISI announces the student-oriented Envision™ credentialing program for college and university students. details

Envision Gold Award for First Project Verification
The William Jack Hernandez Sport Fish Hatchery in Anchorage, Alaska, is the first completed project using the Envision™ sustainable infrastructure rating system. The HDR-designed project received an Envision™ "Gold" award, which was announced at a reception event in Washington, D.C., on July 23rd and a day earlier onsite at an event in Anchorage. details