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R.E. Warner Named To 2014 “Best Firms To Work For” List

R.E. Warner was recently named as one of the “Best Firms To Work For” by professional services industry leader, ZweigWhite. ZweigWhite measures business success in the architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting industries throughout the U.S. and Canada. Our firm placed 26th in the Multidiscipline category and 88th overall in the Top 100 of all firms. ZweigWhite’s “Best Firms to Work For” recognizes the top firms that are creating work places that inspire, motivate, and reward their employees both professionally and personally.

This year’s selection process included the evaluation and compilation of corporate-level and employee-level surveys. Areas of focus were culture, recruiting and retention, performance management and recognition, compensation, benefits, and professional development.

“We are honored to have been named to this prestigious list. We owe a great deal of thanks to our entire team for not only the work they do, but also the support they give each other”, said R.E. Warner’s President, Theodore A. Beltavski.

July 7th, 2014|Awards|
  • Winter 2014 Excellence by Design Magazine
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Winter 2014 Excellence By Design Digital Magazine Now Available

Brett Neff Presents Eaton with an Award of Excellence

R.E. Warner’s Vice President, Brett Neff presented Eaton with an Award of Excellence at the Cleveland Engineering Society’s 62nd Annual Design & Construction Conference and Tradeshow.  Eaton was acknowledged for their new building featuring a 10-story tower with 5-story wings and totaling nearly 600,000 square-feet.  The building was completed in 2013 and is designed for LEED certification.  R.E. Warner is proud to have provided layout and field surveying for erection of structural steel for the new building.

March 13th, 2014|Conferences|

R.E. Warner Employees Collect Food for Local Foodbanks

R.E. Warner employees are collecting food for the annual Harvest for Hunger campaign.  The Harvest for Hunger campaign is a 21-county food and funds drive conducted each spring to raise critical resources for those in need and is a combined effort of four area food banks.

 “I am proud of our employees for all the work they do on behalf of Harvest for Hunger,” said Ted Beltavski, president of R.E. Warner. “There is no more worthy a cause than helping to feed hungry families, and the generosity our employees have shown in support of this effort grows each year.”

 Fundraising at R.E. Warner has included Jeans for a Cause where for a donation, employees can wear jeans on Fridays, March Madness brackets with a portion of proceeds donated to Harvest for Hunger, a bake sale and silent pie auction, candy sale and a vacation day raffle.

 The need is great, but with our support we can make a difference!

March 1st, 2014|Community Involvement|

R.E. Warner Helps Promote Math

The Lorain County National Society of Professional Engineers held their Mathcounts competition program Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Lorain County Community College. Students from Langston Middle School coached by Ken Stanley, Learwood Middle School coached by Bill Henderson and Lee Burnson Middle School coached by Anne Dill and Mark Stewart participated in the competition.

The format for the MATHCOUNTS event included three timed rounds: the sprint, the target, and the team contest.  Calculators were allowed in the target round and in the team round. Rounds were followed by consensus-building periods.  Team and individual winners advance to state competitions.  Winners at the state level then advance to the national competition.

The team from Lee Burnson will be advancing to the state competition and the individuals who will advance to state competition are Meghana Random from Lee Burneson and Owen Decatur from Langston.

The goal of the competition is to promote mathematics at the middle school level with the hope of encouraging students to take advanced math classes in high school and college.

Several R.E. Warner employees took part in the monitoring and grading of tests.  These included Terry and Becky McClain, Jeff Spangler, Mike Morrell, and Lydia and Elizabeth Janis.

February 15th, 2014|Community Involvement|