Business Briefs June 29, 2015 | PostIndependent.com

Business Briefs June 29, 2015

FridgeWize team completes Ride for the Child bike event

On June 20, the FridgeWize team participated in nonprofit CASA of the Ninth’s major annual fundraising event, the Ride for the Child bike ride. The event took place in Carbondale and provided scenic views and fun times the entire ride, making for a great team-building activity.

Alpine Bank voted Best Bank and Best Mortgage Broker in Best of Colorado Business Choice Awards

Alpine Bank was voted Best Bank and Best Mortgage Broker by readers of ColoradoBiz Magazine as part of the publication’s inaugural Best of Colorado Business Choice Awards.

To determine the Best of Colorado Business Choice Awards, an online voting process was set up and ran several months to identify winners and runners-up in 62 categories. Participants were asked to vote for the companies they’d trust to take care of their colleagues and friends and were required to vote in at least 10 categories. In another measure to minimize purely self-interested ballots, participants were allowed to vote for their own company once, but were also required to vote for at least two other companies in that category. The result was a truly community-generated list.

In addition to being voted Best Bank and Best Mortgage Broker, Alpine Bank was a runner-up in the Wealth Managers/Financial Planners category.

Visit https://www.cobizmag.com/articles/best-of-colorado-2015 to view the entire article and the other category winners.

Bikis Water Consultants LLC joins SGM

SGM, Western Colorado’s largest full-service engineering, surveying and consulting firm, announces that Bikis Water Consultants LLC, a highly regarded water resources and environmental consulting company headquartered in Durango, has recently joined the firm.

For the past three decades, SGM has specialized in providing engineering solutions for mountain, resort and rural communities in Western Colorado. The addition of Bikis Water Consultants (BWC) allows SGM to offer new services, while at the same time expand geographically to provide full-spectrum engineering and surveying to the Four Corners region.

“SGM sees many similarities between Durango and the communities we serve successfully today. We also recognize that we deliver our best service through a combination of technical expertise, local knowledge and a local presence. We now have that local presence in Durango and are very happy to bring all of our clients BWC’s valuable expertise,” states Louis Meyer, SGM president & CEO.


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