Bike to Work Day (5/20) – Stop By Tetra Tech’s Breakfast Station!

Friday, May 20th is Bike to Work Day and Tetra Tech is hosting a breakfast station at 10 Brown Road, Ithaca, NY from 7am – 10am.  Stop by and pick up something to eat!!

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National Bike to Work Day – May 20, 2016

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Join hundreds of people in Tompkins County biking to work for National Bike to Work and School Day on Friday, May 20th.

Enjoy FREE breakfast and giveaways at any of several locations around Tompkins County and on Cornell Campus from 7am-10am. Find all this year’s bike to work day locations online:

In Celebration of National Bike Month, and part of the community wide effort to improve conditions and awareness of bicycling as a viable means of transportation: a green, clean, healthy and beautiful way to get around.

Visit Cornell Cooperative Extension’s website for more information on Bike to Work Week in Tompkins County.


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Can More Money Fix America’s Schools?

Studies show that spending more on schools can be beneficial, but can also have little to no impact.  How the money is spent is the most important factor.  To read this article on NPR click here.


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Most High School Seniors Aren’t College Or Career Ready, Says ‘Nation’s Report Card’

The Nation’s Report Card covers high school seniors taking math and reading tests – many may not be prepared to move on to college.  To read more click here for the article on NPR.


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2016’s The State of Our Schools Report

The Center for Green Schools has completed their 2016 State of Our Schools report and it is now available on their website. The report compiles data on funding for K-12 public schools throughout the U.S. The report projects that U.S. schools will be underfunded by $46 billion per year.  Click here to see the report.


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Conquering the Energy Code for Commercial Architects and Engineers

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Tetra Tech Architects & Engineers is hosting the event Conquering the Energy Code for Commercial Architects & Engineers presented by Urban Green, a New York affiliate of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)

The event will address the following:
•  Mandatory Prescriptive Requirements
•  How to Navigate the Code and Find Relevant Information
•  How to Evaluate and Select the Right Compliance Path for Your Projects
•  What to Expect at Progress Inspections
•  How to Improve Communication to Reduce Barriers to Compliance

The event is open to the public, but space is limited, so please respond as soon as possible.

The registration fee is $75. 
Please register at

GBCI: Approved for 7.0 CE Credits

AIA CES: Approved for 7.0 HSW/LU Hours (Applicable to NYS Professional Engineers)

The event will be held at Tetra Tech Architects & Engineers’ office located at:
10 Brown Road
Ithaca, NY 14850

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