For Immediate Release: January 18, 2012
H2M Win LI Wellness Challenge
H2M team won first place at the Intermediate Level
(Long Island, NY) Throughout 2011, the employees at H2M were actively involved in the 2nd annual Action Long Island Wellness Challenge—a program dedicated to promoting health and wellness among individuals from companies across Long Island and recognizes healthy habits that will ultimately improve lives; physically, mentally and socially.
This year the H2M team won first place at the Intermediate Level of the Long Island Wellness Challenge and was presented with an award at a ceremony hosted by Action Long Island on January 11th.
It is the second year H2M has participated in the Challenge and its second win. In 2010, H2M received 2nd place overall. Their added effort made first place a reality.
H2M coordinates its own Wellness Program in support of the Wellness Challenge to assist its employees on their wellness journey. The firm arranges activities, incentive programs and lunch-and-learn seminars that promote health and wellness.
The 2011 H2M team members included: Gina Iacobacci, Phil Bianco, Veronica Bickmeyer, Liz Uzzo, Preetha Sasikumar, Kevin Medler, Linda Price, Michael Bowden, Joann Slavin, Kimberly Del Col, Kathy Cantwell, Jessica Soskil, Lindsay Pacelli, Meaghan Baldwin, Pete Petriccione, James Williamson, Jessica Giorgianni and Tara Oliveira.
For more information about the Long Island Wellness Challenge, go to www.actionlongisland.org, and for more information about H2M architects + engineers, go to www.h2m.com.
H2M architects + engineers develop responsible solutions for buildings and infrastructure. More than 250 architects, engineers (water resources, civil/site, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, wastewater and environmental), planners, designers, inspectors, surveyors and scientist stay at the forefront of industry technologies, market trends and policy changes to better serve our clients and have been doing so for over 75 years on Long Island, in New York and New Jersey.
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