Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced a new online science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) resource center – a community, networking and information source for STEM professionals and organizations to learn more and participate in US2020 PHL, a high-impact STEM mentoring initiative focused on increasing youth access to careers in STEM fields.
Mayor Nutter Leads Business Development Trip To France To Expand International Commerce And Investment In Philadelphia
Mayor Michael A. Nutter arrived in Paris, France early this morning for a six-day business development trip with a delegation of Philadelphia business leaders focused on promoting cycling, commerce and investment in the City of Philadelphia.
Saint-Gobain and YouthBuild Schenectady Announce Completion of Non-Profits’ First LEED® Gold Home Renovation
Saint-Gobain, the world’s largest building materials company, in partnership with YouthBuild Schenectady (operated by Northeast Parent & Child Society) announces the completed renovation of 843 Emmett Street in Schenectady, the non-profits’ first gut-rehab home in Schenectady, set to achieve the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Gold certification.
The City of Philadelphia was announced as one of seven winning cities in the US2020 City Competition, a national competition to encourage youth mentorship in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at the White House Science Fair.
Saint-Gobain on Track to Achieve 25 Percent Energy Savings Through Better Buildings, Better Plants Challenge
Energy Dept. recognizes building materials company during Better Buildings Challenge two-year anniversary.
Sales powered by good organic growth driven partly by favorable weather conditions in Europe. Markets in North America robust but affected by harsh winter weather.
Global building materials manufacturer signs long-term lease for 65-acre Chester County campus to prepare for greater growth and expansion in North America.
EPA Recognizes Saint-Gobain's Leadership in Energy Conservation with ENERGY STAR Award for Sixth Consecutive Year; Fourth Year at Sustained Excellence Level
For the sixth consecutive year, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized Saint-Gobain's with its ENERGY STAR Award, and at the same time, honored the company for the fourth time with its coveted “Sustained Excellence Award. This is given to a select group of company which have reduced greenhouse gas emissions by setting and achieving aggressive goals and employing innovative energy-efficiency approaches.
As lead sponsor, Saint-Gobain promises financial support, building material donations and technical expertise to help students design and construct an award-winning entry for international competition.
Sharp upswing in operating income in the second half; organic growth shows a second-half surge, stronger balance sheet shows significant decrease in net debt.
Saint-Gobain and YouthBuild USA Extend National Partnership to Help Rebuild Communities and Lives of Students
One-year $200,000 grant to continue support for YouthBuild’s Green Initiative and YouthBuild programs in four communities where Saint-Gobain has business concentrations, including: Worcester, Mass., Schenectady, N.Y., Akron, Ohio, and Philadelphia, Pa.
Taking pride in providing a work environment that is safe, secure and respectful of others, while strongly supporting women’s rights including the right to a safe, secure on-site facility for lactating mothers.
Saint-Gobain was honored by the NECEC for showing significant business growth combined with strong workforce growth, providing and building on a history of solid, diverse, high-paying jobs in the New England region.
Historic Renovation of Benjamin Franklin Museum Brings Architect’s Vision to Life With Customized Solution from Saint-Gobain Glass
Unique fritted glass preserves original landscape of iconic museum while enhancing new visitor experience.
Confirms target of a recovery in operating income in the second half; sales prices hold firm while first-half sales volumes hard hit by fewer working days and poor weather; Asia and emerging markets deliver strong growth.