Montana Environmental Trust Group’s Creek Realignment Project Wins National Engineering Excellence Award
Winner of 2019 ACEC Montana Engineering Award for Prickly Pear Creek Relocation
Washington, DC (May 13, 2019) – Montana Environmental Trust Group, LLC, as trustee of the Montana Environmental Custodial Trust, and its contractor Pioneer Technical Services received a 2019 national Grand Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) for the Prickly Pear Creek realignment in East Helena, Montana.
Montana Environmental Trust Group’s (METG) Prickly Pear Creek relocation project won a national Grand Award in Engineering Excellence in the environmental category from ACEC. METG teamed with Pioneer Technical Services, Inc. to realign more than a mile of Prickly Pear Creek in East Helena in order to reduce groundwater contamination and the potential migration of contaminants.
Two-Time National Phoenix Award Winner
Montana Environmental Trust Group LLC, Trustee of the Montana Environmental Custodial Trust, and its contractor Pioneer Technical Services received a 2019 American Council of Engineering Companies of Montana Engineering Excellence Award for the Prickly Pear Creek realignment in East Helena.
Greenfield has been awarded two National Phoenix Awards for federal Superfund site redevelopment—the highest honor for management excellence in brownfields redevelopment. We are the only organization to have received two awards for this category.
In 2000, we received recognition for our accomplishments at the Industri-plex Site in Woburn, Massachusetts.
In 2005, we were recognized for our work at the Mountain Pine Pressure Treating Site in Plainview, Arkansas.