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February 13, 2003 | Roger Vincent
Earth Tech, a water management, engineering and environmental services firm, will move its headquarters to Arco Center in Long Beach. The agreement to take 100,000 square feet is perhaps the largest lease by a private firm in Long Beach in the last decade, landlord San Francisco-based Swig Co said. Industry sources value the 10-year lease at about $25 million.
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BUSINESS
August 11, 1987
Fred A. Donath has been appointed corporate vice president-research and development at Long Beach-based Earth Technology Corp., an environmental and earth sciences consulting firm.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 18, 1996 | Dana Parsons
It must be the Grinch in me that prompted the question. "Have we beaten this Kingston thing to death?" I asked my boss. No way, he said. People can't get enough good news at Christmas, and the news doesn't get much better than that coming out of Kingston Technology Corp., the Fountain Valley computer company that old-time Hollywood director Frank Capra would have loved. Forget "It's a Wonderful Life," starring Jimmy Stewart. How about, "It's a Helluva Company," starring John Tu and David Sun.
BUSINESS
February 11, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Earth Technology Buys Summit Environmental: Long Beach-based Earth Technology Corp. and Summit Environmental Group Inc. of Canton, Ohio, will combine their environmental engineering and consulting companies, with Summit becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of Earth. The move increases Earth's technical staff, geographic reach and client base to 1,400 employees in 29 U.S. offices.
BUSINESS
February 13, 2003 | Roger Vincent
Earth Tech, a water management, engineering and environmental services firm, will move its headquarters to Arco Center in Long Beach. The agreement to take 100,000 square feet is perhaps the largest lease by a private firm in Long Beach in the last decade, landlord San Francisco-based Swig Co said. Industry sources value the 10-year lease at about $25 million.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 18, 1996 | Dana Parsons
It must be the Grinch in me that prompted the question. "Have we beaten this Kingston thing to death?" I asked my boss. No way, he said. People can't get enough good news at Christmas, and the news doesn't get much better than that coming out of Kingston Technology Corp., the Fountain Valley computer company that old-time Hollywood director Frank Capra would have loved. Forget "It's a Wonderful Life," starring Jimmy Stewart. How about, "It's a Helluva Company," starring John Tu and David Sun.
BUSINESS
May 16, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Earth Tech Picked to Bid on $200-Million Navy Cleanup: The Long Beach-based environmental engineering consultant said its selection to bid on the 10-year contract--covering work in Hawaii, Guam, Midway Island and other Pacific Rim areas--amounts to passing the major hurdle before the bid is awarded. The company has also been selected to negotiate a $16.7-million contract from Martin Marietta Energy Systems as part of an Energy Department hazardous-waste cleanup.
BUSINESS
November 6, 1988
Diane C. Creel has been named president of Earth Technology Corp., succeeding Jack J. Schoustra, who remains chairman and chief executive. Creel, 39, previously was vice president and chief operating officer. Earth Technology, Long Beach, studies environmental waste management and engineering problems.
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