SAIC Recognized as Leader in Sustainable Engineering
Science Applications International Corp. was recognized as a leader in sustainable engineering in the "Green Quadrant: Sustainable Engineering Firms U.S." report from independent analyst firm Verdantix. The report is based on a study comparing 19 of the largest U.S. engineering firms on 45 criteria covering utility scale renewable energy, on-site renewable, green buildings, water management, waste, hydrogen transport, smart grid, and electric vehicles.
According to the report, SAIC is one of six firms leading the market for sustainable engineering, because of its strong track record across a spectrum of projects, willingness to innovate and its mature organizational approach to sustainability.
"As a leading firm in the Green Quadrant report, SAIC not only demonstrates strategic and organizational commitment to sustainability but also delivers innovative solutions to its customers' sustainability and climate change challenges," said Verdantix Director Rondolphe d'Arjuzon.
SAIC was also scored in the report as one of two leading firms in organizational expertise, which includes expertise in sustainability and structure to enhance sustainability.
"A key element of our strategy is to focus on enduring and economic, sustainable solutions," said J.T. Grumski, SAIC senior vice president and business unit general manager. "This report recognizes SAIC's ability to integrate a broad range of capabilities and deliver results that our customers value the most."