Two teams from ESD now Stantec and Stantec join a total of 600 Women Build volunteers in this year’s effort by Habitat for Humanity to construct houses for Chicago women who might not otherwise be able to afford a new home. (Learn more about Habitat for Humanity Chicago’s Women Build.)
Technical proficiency, breadth of experience, and self-assured confidence are just a few of the characteristics shared by 40 rising stars in building engineering.
This year’s Consulting-Specifying Engineer (CSE) 40 Under 40 award is going to 40 engineering professionals ages 40 and younger who have distinguished themselves in their personal and professional lives. In making the announcement, CSE says the 2021 recipients “…have pushed until they’ve achieved success at the workplace, and in meeting clients’ needs. Their goals are lofty, and their accomplishments are remarkable.”
Michael Streich, a Senior Project Engineer in ESD’s Mission Critical Facilities group, is one of the industry professionals being honored this year. He and his peers were nominated by a professional colleague or mentor and judged by industry experts based on nine areas, including their commitment to superiority in their academic, professional, personal, and community involvement. Winners will be presented with their award at a ceremony in Chicago set for later this fall.
Michael Streich first came to ESD as an intern his junior year of college and has been dedicated to the company’s mission to improve society through the built environment for over a decade. He brings a passion for sustaining indoor air quality by designing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) for data centers, trading centers, and other critical facilities.