GHP Environmental + Architecture Receives Silver Medals in Mayor’s Workplace Challenge

Gobbell Hays Partners, Inc. has participated in the Mayor’s Workplace Challenge for the past year, which has resulted in the firm receiving Silver medals for each of the three categories the Mayor of Nashville, Karl Dean, set forth for businesses to strive for. From the Mayor’s Workplace Challenge website, here are the goals of each category:

“The Green Workplace Challenge encourages organizations to reduce the environmental impacts of their operations and buildings. by engaging property owners, managers, and office tenants.”

“The Healthy Workplace Challenge encourages organizations to foster an environment that promotes a more active and healthy workplace. This challenge will recognize efforts of Nashville businesses and organizations that make their work environment an easier place to be healthy while also encouraging all workplaces to join the goal of making Nashville a healthier city.”

“The Involved Workplace Challenge encourages organizations to take an active role in promoting volunteer service inside and outside the workplace. This challenge outlines the following best practices for organizations looking to improve their level of community engagement.”

GHP Environmental + Architecture is proud of our accomplishments to be more Green, Healthy, and Involved; however, we realize there is still room for improvement. The firm’s goal is to eventually achieve Gold, in addition to the newest top-prize – Platinum.

For more information on the Mayor’s Workplace Challenge, click here.

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