Frank Garza, President of Grazen Engineering, Discusses the Company's Latest Cost Cutting Initiative.
Online PR News – 27-September-2010 – – New York, NY - Grazen Engineering’s new web-based workforce management tools are intended to promote streamlining in the environmental review processes for project development. Environmental streamlining refers to various processes, interagency coordination, technology and communications tools used to improve project development by reducing project delays, duplicated efforts, and increased costs associated with environmental reviews. This research project examined the environmental clearance process, its development partners, and other departments in order to identify opportunities and examples of streamlining. The research results were developed into a guidebook for
use in streamlining the project development process:
Determining the environmental consequences of our activities;
Proposing prudent, feasible and cost effective strategies and alternatives to avoid or minimize adverse impacts of the department's activities, and;
Ensuring the mitigation selected is appropriate.
About Grazen Engineering:
Frank Garza founded Grazen Engineering, an environmental engineering consulting firm dedicated to the development and implementation of environmentally conscious engineering practices, in Spring of 2006. Headquartered in New York, NY, Grazen Engineering has been providing services for nearly five years.