INTERA was recently featured in the Environmental Business Journal (EBJ), Vol 34 No. 3/4: Innovation in Services & New Practice Areas in the Environmental Industry in the 2020s. This issue examines new practice introductions of more than 70 firms over the last decade. The issue includes a feature profile on INTERA, highlighting the innovation and strategies the company has leveraged to stay ahead of market demand and the competition. When asked how INTERA differentiates itself from competitors, Marsh Lavenue, CEO and President of INTERA, stated, “Two key INTERA differentiators are the remarkably long tenures in our staff and the wide employee ownership and engagement we have achieved. Annually, INTERA’s attrition of 3% is less than a third of our peers in the industry. This has led to our recent recognition as a company that has successfully built a meaningful and sustainable corporate culture. The low attrition rate enables continuity in project teams over years and sometimes decades that our clients appreciate.” To view the full profile on INTERA, click HERE