Sigma Consulting Group, Inc. celebrates 30 yrs. of providing engineering & surveying services to its clients & community. Sigma recognized the anniversary with several events throughout the year including the Providence Corporate Cup 5k Race, anniversary dinner, employee appreciation luncheon, & capping it off with being honored for the fourth year in a row as one of BR’s Best Places to Work. Sigma appreciates its many clients & the local community for supporting & allowing us to serve their needs for the past 30 yrs. Most importantly Sigma would like to thank its greatest asset – our employees & their families! Thank you for your hard work, dedication, & expertise that has made Sigma such a success & a wonderful company to work for.
Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) Louisiana Chapter announced their 2018 Board of Directors at their Annual Awards Banquet. Fabiola Campoblanco was announced as Director of Membership after serving as secretary for two years. Fabiola is a founding board member of WTS Louisiana.
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Miles Williams is honored as Philanthropist of the Year by Cenikor. Cenikor Foundation is a treatment center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana that primarily focuses on substance abuse services. They also offer inpatient programs, detoxification, and outpatient and intensive outpatient services. This is one of the many charitable organizations that Mr. Williams supports throughout the year.
Sigma Consulting Group, Inc. wins 6th place for Best Places to Work in Baton Rouge 2017. The awards program is presented by the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report and sponsored by the Greater Baton Rouge Society of Human Resources Management and the Louisiana WorkForce Commission. This survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in Baton Rouge, benefiting its economy, its workforce and businesses. View the list here
Sigma Consulting Group, Inc. President, Miles Williams, becomes an LSU CEE Hall of Distinction inductee. The CEE Hall of Distinction was established to recognize individuals who have made stalwart contributions to the profession. Criteria for election include distinguished professional achievement and service to civil and environmental engineering, as well as creating a substantial impact in their field and to the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering.
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Two Sigma employees, Lance Amedee and Derek Wheat, participated in the annual Angling Against
Autism bass tournament. Mr. Amedee won first place big bass for his 9.26 pound bass. Proceeds from tournaments benefits The Emerge Center of Baton Rouge. The Emerge Center empowers children with autism and individuals with communication challenges to achieve independence through innovative and family-centered therapies. View the full article here
Mr. Roberts participated as judge for the “NCEES Best Surveying Practices Award” at the national Future Cities Competition in Washington D.C. This award is presented to one competing team that best implements surveying practices in the planning and development of their future city. Mr. Roberts is scheduled to judge again for the January 2018 national competition being held in Washington D.C. For more information about the Future Cities Competition, please follow the link. https://futurecity.org/
Fabiola Campoblanco was awarded the WTS Louisiana President’s Award for 2016 at the WTS Louisiana 2016 Banquet. WTS is an international organization dedicated to building the future of transportation through the global advancement of women. With over 6,500 members, including both women and men, WTS is turning the glass ceiling into a career portal through its professional programs, networking opportunities, and unparalleled access to industry and government leaders.
Sigma wins first place for best places to work. The awards program is presented by the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report and sponsored by the Greater Baton Rouge Society of Human Resources Management and the Louisiana WorkForce Commission. This survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in Baton Rouge, benefiting its economy, its workforce and businesses. View the article here.
“Businesses submit financial details to LSU to be considered for the Top 100 list. They have to be in business for five years or more, had verifiable revenue of $100,000 for the 2012 to 2015 calendar years and have a former LSU student as owner of at least 50 percent of the company or as chief executive officer, president or managing partner. Rankings are determined by compound annual growth over a three-year period.” View the article here.