GZA is pleased to be a new member of the Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities! Our growing office has been in the Cincinnati area for over 10 years. Founded in 1964 as Goldberg-Zoino & Associates, Inc., a soils and foundations specialty consultant, GZA has grown into a full-service company providing its clients with highly diversified technical services supporting our core practice areas.
On Friday, October 23, 2015, the James N. Gamble Montessori High School concluded their Community Service Week at the offices of the Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities by planting a residential rain garden and cleaning up trash along the Mill Creek.
The City of Reading, in partnership with the Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities, is holding two public meetings on Monday, January 25, 2016.
The company has been a continuous member of the Greater Cincinnati community since it opened a plant in Lockland, Ohio, in 1964. Pilot is proud and excited to become a member of the Mill Creek Watershed Council, as membership in the Council furthers Pilot’s commitment to protecting the environment, as well as the health and safety of its employees and the communities in which it operates.
Join the Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities for this fun and educational creek walk! We will be taking a winter stroll along the West Fork Mill Creek.
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Greater Cincinnati Foundation Funds $25,000 to Further Mill Creek Awareness The Mill Creek Watershed Council is excited to announce... View Article
Thank you to the students of Dr. Hopfensperger’s Protecting Water Resources class for selecting to fund our Adopt-A-Stream program through the Mayerson Student Philanthropy Project at Northern Kentucky University. The Council is thrilled to accept an award of $2,000 to fund a demonstration Adopt-A-Stream location for 2016.
In 2015, the Mill Creek Watershed Council happily welcomed new business members and contributors to our passionate group of Mill Creek enthusiasts! We'd like to extend a warm welcome to Stantec, Formica, GZA GeoEnvironmental Inc., Ford in Sharonville, University of Cincinnati, and Pilot Chemical.