Yearly News Archives: 2018

Five Mid-Atlantic Communities Awarded EPA Brownfield Grants

Mid-Atlantic continues to be the go to firm to help municipalities find ways to put abandoned, idled and underutilized properties back into reuse. Mid-Atlantic recently worked with Durham, Kinston, Lenoir, Siler City, and Washington to apply for EPA brownfield grants that were subsequently awarded.  Durham, Lenoir, Siler City and Washington all received $300,000 assessment grants. These […]

Mid-Atlantic Assists Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board with Indoor Air Issues

Mid-Atlantic recently conducted an indoor air quality study at the Ashley Academy for Cultural and Global Studies after teachers complained of musty smells, upper respiratory issues, headaches, sinus infections and aggravation of existing allergies. Mid-Atlantic’s Senior Toxicologist Will Service lead these efforts and made a report to the school board on April 24, 2018. An […]

Mid-Atlantic Participates in Zombie Mud Run at Panic Point

We gathered up all our zombies and athletes on April 28 for the 9th annual Zombie Escape 5K Mud Run! Several of us from Mid-Atlantic Associates are now ready for any zombie apocalypse – we all made it out alive! Great fun, check out how to register for next year’s mud run: http://www.raleighmudrun.com/zombie-5k/race-day-info/

Mid-Atlantic Welcomes Gretchen Saussy As Director of Business Development

Mid-Atlantic Associates is pleased to announce the addition of Gretchen Saussy as Director of Business Development. Gretchen comes to Mid-Atlantic from Sigmon Construction. Gretchen has over 25 years of experience in the commercial/residential real estate and construction industries. With her friendly and upbeat personality, she is constantly searching for ways to help connect people. Gretchen […]

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