Spotlight on Sponsors: Delaware Engineering, D.P.C.

By Gail Browning

On Novem­ber 11th, the Arbore­tum held its 8th annu­al New York State Wine Tast­ing at Grapevine Farms in Cobleskill. It was a huge suc­cess, one made pos­si­ble by our spon­sor, Delaware Engi­neer­ing, D.P.C.

Delaware Engi­neer­ing is a pro­fes­sion­al engi­neer­ing firm with great respect for its clients and com­mu­ni­ty. The main office is locat­ed in Albany, but the firm’s ser­vices extend through­out the Hud­son Val­ley, the Adiron­dacks, and the Catskill regions. 

The firm’s exper­tise includes project plan­ning, per­mits, grants, and devel­op­ing cus­tomized solu­tions to a vari­ety of projects includ­ing water, waste­water, and storm water pro­grams. Since its found­ing in 1987 in New York’s Delaware Riv­er Water­shed, the com­pa­ny has pledged to sus­tain com­mu­ni­ties while pro­tect­ing the environment.

John Brust, vice-pres­i­dent of Delaware Engi­neer­ing, is a for­mer mem­ber of the Arboretum’s Board of Trustees, and he and Delaware Engi­neer­ing con­tin­ue to sup­port Lan­dis’ mis­sion. He said, Our voca­tion at Delaware Engi­neer­ing is focused on pro­vid­ing the engi­neer­ing exper­tise to enable com­mu­ni­ties to grow and pros­per. Infra­struc­ture, par­tic­u­lar­ly water and waste­water enhance­ments, is a fun­da­men­tal build­ing block to eco­nom­ic vital­i­ty. But … so is the nat­ur­al envi­ron­ment on dis­play at the Arbore­tum. Infra­struc­ture and nature, in bal­ance togeth­er, cre­ate liv­able com­mu­ni­ties. The Lan­dis Arbore­tum is a won­der­ful asset of our com­mu­ni­ty and I hope that our finan­cial sup­port can help in some small way to draw atten­tion to this valu­able resource.”

We thank Delaware Engi­neer­ing, D.P.C., for their gen­er­ous sup­port. We are grate­ful that they have includ­ed the Lan­dis Arboretum

Spring 2017

Volume 35 , Number 2

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