FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) is pleased to announce the election of new Officers to its Board of Directors. John F. Williams has been elected as Chairman, Michael Mucha as Treasurer and Gregs Thomopulos as Secretary. Mr. Williams is the Chairman and CEO of Autocase, Mr. Mucha is the Chief Engineer and Director of the Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District and Mr. Thomopulos is the Chairman of Stanley Consultants.
Regarding his new role, Mr. Williams said:
“Envision has come a long way since my original involvement with the Sustainability Industry Advisory Board at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and subsequently as Chairman of the ISI Economics Committee. I am proud that Impact Infrastructure (now doing business as Autocase) is an ISI Charter Member joining a large collection of industry leaders and more than 7500 ENV SPs that are helping to bring sustainable infrastructure to the world. As ISI’s Board Chair, I am eager to collaborate with the other board members as well as the Envision Review Board to take steps needed to make Envision the logical choice for professionals involved in infrastructure development.”
John Stanton, President of ISI, added “this change in the ISI Board comes at an exciting time as we recently released Envision v3, eliminated legacy debt, and raised capital needed to support our strategic plan while implementing best practices for organizational fiscal management. ISI could not be better positioned to pursue its mission of promoting sustainability planning, design, construction management and performance rating systems for all civil infrastructure.”
The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) provides infrastructure solutions that enhance the human experience, deliver superior financial performance and drive continuous environmental improvement. Its leading tool, Envision, results from a collaboration with the Harvard University Zofnass Program for Sustainable Infrastructure, the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), the American Public Works Association (APWA) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). ISI members include government agencies, companies and individuals using Envision to develop more sustainable infrastructure world-wide. Envision supported infrastructure projects are currently under development across the U.S., Canada, Italy, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and elsewhere.