VISION STATEMENT: Sci-Tek Consultants, Inc. conducts business in a socially responsible and ethical manner, cultivates an environmentally responsible workplace, and applies our core values in a manner which creates healthy and sustainable solutions for our stakeholders, local communities, and the environment.
We recognize the importance of sustainability in our community and consider the social, economic, and environmental impacts of the daily decisions we make as both a business and as individuals. The Sci-Tek Sustainability Committee is comprised of a diverse group of staff including engineers, scientists, and human resource and marketing professionals in both our Pittsburgh and Philadelphia offices.
Sci-Tek has provided sustainable solutions for our clients in the education, housing, water and sewer, and transportation industries. Specifically, in the water and sewer industry, Sci-Tek has been contributing to solutions related to regional wet weather issues though preliminary planning, design, and construction projects. We have been involved with projects in several neighborhoods within the City of Pittsburgh limits including Uptown, Oakland, Shadyside, Squirrel Hill, Garfield, Polish Hill, Beechview, Greenfield, the North Side, and the South Side. We are proud members of the following organizations:
Sustainability Related Projects
UPTOWN ECOINNOVATION DISTRICT PLAN
City of Pittsburgh
HILLCREST GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT
Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority
GREEN STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE (GSI)
Philadelphia Water Department
Sci-Tek is proud to announce that we earned a WHITE RIBBON in the Engagement Category.
Sci-Tek is participating for the first time in the Sustainable Pittsburgh Challenge. The Sustainable Pittsburgh Challenge is a friendly, yearlong competition for businesses, nonprofits, universities, K-12 schools, and municipalities in southwestern Pennsylvania to track and measure improvements in energy, water, waste, transportation and other sustainability activities.
Committee Member Christopher Seigel participated in the Darby Creek Cleanup. A team of 182 volunteers hit the wetlands to remove 2,039 lbs. of trash and recycling from Darby Creek and the wildlife refuge in just 2.5 hours.
KIMBERLY S. ARTITA, Ph.D., E.I.T
Senior Civil Engineer
Vice President of Finance and Administration
DAVID WILCOTS, P.G.