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  • AshBritt Environmental Awarded U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Contract

    AshBritt Environmental has been awarded a United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Advanced Contracting Initiative (ACI) Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) for Debris Management Services for Regions 5 and 6a of the United States. The contract recognizes AshBritt as the responsible organization for debris removal, disposal and...

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  • FCCMA Corporate Partner Recognition

    For the first time in its history, the Florida City and County Management Association passed a resolution in appreciation of the important relationship between FCCMA and their corporate partners. The honor was bestowed upon AshBritt.  AshBritt has been active and involved for the past 5 years on FCCMA conference...

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  • AshBritt gets “Cool” for the Enviornment, October 2009

    Global warming is a serious problem that ,Cool Globes, an international non-profit organization, works to combat by spreading knowledge about simple solutions to reduce carbon footprints. Fifty super-sized cool globes, spanning 5-feet in diameter and reaching 7-feet in height, were brought to Houston in 2009 for a public art...

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  • Florida Harbor Center Gets Adaptive Playground, September 2009

    AshBritt Environmental took notice of a school’s imperative need for an adaptive playground, featuring modified equipment for children with special needs. Charlotte Harbor House is a school for children with mental and physical challenges, where many of the students are unable to enjoy the monkey bars, swings, or slides...

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  • Sound Support: A New Facility for the Hearing Impaired of Charlotte County, Florida, March 2009

    The hope of building a new facility for the Hearing Impaired of Charlotte County, Florida was dealt a devastating blow following Hurricane Charley in 2004. AshBritt Environmental recognized the organization’s challenges attributed to rising construction costs and the shortage of labor and materials in the area. In an effort...

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  • Blanche Ely High Makes it to the Sugar Bowl , Jan 2007

    Offered the chance of a lifetime, the Mighty Tigers Marching Band of Blanche Ely High School in Pompano Beach, Florida almost missed their opportunity to perform during the pregame and halftime show for the 2007 Sugar Bowl. With three days to collect $80,000, local businesses and community leaders led...

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