There’s always a lot going on at SynTerra.

This is where you’ll learn about our people, their professional accomplishments, and their community involvement. You’ll also find thought-provoking environmental insights, as well as some lighthearted information.

Check back soon to see how SynTerra is making news, view our calendar of events, and read the SynTerra blog.

25-Year Anniversary

Vice President Ruth Albright and SynTerra teammates reflect on her 25 years (so far) of determination, leadership, and compassion that have helped shape the organization.

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Press release

SynTerra has hired Danny McCormick as Construction Management Program Director. He has more than 40 years of experience that ranges from civil-infrastructure projects to groundwater restoration and remediation to industrial and chemical projects.

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Wetland Restoration

Meet the water-loving trees that are good fits for wetland restoration projects — and for planting in wet areas of your own backyard

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Winter Safety

Winter weather and holiday travel bring new challenges to health and safety. This month’s health and safety blog provides winter weather tips related to the holiday season.

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Press release

SynTerra has hired environmental consultant Scott Smith. His vast experience includes working with and for state and federal agencies. Smith will work out of SynTerra’s Lexington, KY, office.

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Feast Wisely

It’s easy to overindulge on Thanksgiving. This month, SynTerra offers a few healthy-eating tips for getting your Turkey Day on.

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Employee spotlight

SynTerra’s Maris Lawyer is the winner of the 2020 S.C. Novel Prize. Lawyer, an HR generalist, began shaping her story as an Anderson University student. Now, a few years later, she’s about to become a published novelist.

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Old to new

Old mountaintop coal mining sites can have a new life and provide energy to a new generation through solar energy. Find out how old sites are providing an ideal place for new energy sites.

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