2015 Employee Awards and Christmas Party

Alex Hood - Tuesday, January 12, 2016

As 2015 came to close, Environmental Allies held its annual Christmas Party to celebrate another great year and to recognize individuals whose outstanding efforts made the year such a success. Employees from both the Houston and Austin office gathered in Houston at Perry’s Steakhouse for cocktail hour and a private dinner.

Employees recognized include:

Rising Stars – Individuals hired in the last year that have made big contributions. 

Niko Nosakhere – Houston PM

Micah Wagner – Austin Inspector

You Make a Difference – Individuals recognized for their performance which has made a positive impact on the companies’ team efforts and overall revenues.

Julie Kennerly – Accounting Manager

Mary Barton – Business Development Manager

L to R: Grant Williamson, Julie Kennerly

Above and Beyond – The selfless individual who always makes the effort to help others.

 Andrea Reyna – Project Coordinator

L to R: Grant Williamson, Andrea Reyna

Behind the Scenes – Recognizes the individual whose role isn’t always well-known, but whose work is critical to the success of the company.

Valliery Brumley – SWPPP books

Million Dollar Club – Recognizes individuals whose sales have reached the $1 million mark in the last year.

David Gross – Houston PM

Daniel Conaway – Austin Inspector

Collin Wright – Austin Inspector

Matthew Reyna – Austin Inspector

Andy Dean – Austin Senior PM

Leo Aguilar – Houston Senior PM

Layne Yeager – Houston Senior PM

L to R: Jimmy King, David Gross, Grant Williamson, Collin Wright, Matthew Reyna, Andy Dean, Daniel Conaway. (Not pictured: Layne Yeager, Leo Aguilar)

Move Valuable Performer – Voted on by employees, this recognizes the person who is seen as most valuable to the company and its success.

 Andrea Reyna – Project Coordinator

Runners up:

Joe Valle – Houston Operations Manager

Glenn Bankston – Austin Operations Manager

L to R: Jimmy King, Grant Williamson, Andrea Reyna (Not pictured:  Joe Valle, Glenn Bankston)