Neenah, Wis. – Theresa Lehman, Miron Construction’s director of sustainable services, has been appointed to represent labor on the Wisconsin Environmental Education Board (WEEB). She will begin serving her three-year term on July 1, 2012.
“I look forward to using my knowledge of sustainability along with my experience working with school districts to encourage their teachers to use their schools as teaching tools when integrating sustainability into the curriculum to benefit the Wisconsin Environmental Education Board,” Lehman said. “As USGBC Faculty, I understand the importance of environmental education. Having the opportunity to work with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) students, who love hands-on learning activities, has made me even more excited to take on this additional role.
Lehman has worked on more than 70 projects seeking LEED certification and has successfully certified projects in commercial, retail, healthcare, educational, religious, manufacturing, industrial and governmental markets. She has been in her current position at Miron for four years.
The Wisconsin Environmental Education Board helps enhance personal and collective environmental knowledge and skills for Wisconsin residents. WEEB operates an environmental grant program and provides leadership for environmental education.
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Miron Construction Co., Inc.
Miron Construction Co., Inc., recently named 2012 Contractor of the Year by ENR Midwest, is a forward-thinking, fast-growing private company completing work throughout the nation. Miron is currently listed 115th among all general contractors in the United States and among the top 10 (the largest Wisconsin-based) construction companies serving the Midwest by Engineering News Record (based on revenue figures for 2011 & 2010 respectively). Miron provides innovative pre-construction, construction management, design-build and general construction services and is headquartered in Neenah, Wis., with regional offices in Madison, Wausau and Milwaukee, Wis., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Negaunee, Mich., and Virginia, Minn.