The Windham Solid Waste Management District (WSWMD) recently selected Hull's Alternative Energy group to manage the request for proposal and selection process to construct a new solar photovoltaic facility at a closed landfill in Brattleboro, Vermont.
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September 11-13, 2014
 
Hull was retained by a producer to conduct a thorough socioeconomic and demographic evaluation of eastern Ohio as the company appraised its acreage in the Utica Shale play. We are familiar with the region's unique socioeconomic sensitivities, including a localized and structured Amish population and active farmland preservation organizations, and have direct experience working with and communicating to these groups.
At Hull, we know that innovation springs from ambition and optimism grounded in technical expertise. That's why we embrace collaborative problem-solving, open communication, and continuous learning. We are excited by what we do, and that excitement allows us to deliver consistently outstanding results for our clients.
 
Hull's atmosphere is energetic and democratic. We engage with the communities in which we work and strive to steward the environment with green business practices. Hull employees also participate in meaningful Health & Wellness and Giving Forward programs, which cultivate leadership, enhance wellbeing, and facilitate positive community involvement.
 
 
HULL'S CORE VALUES
Hull's core values are extremely important to our company and an integral part of our culture.