Melville, NY, March 23, 2017 – On March 1, 2017, the Long Island Association (“LIA”) held its 2017 Annual Meeting where members approved its slate of Board of Directors. The prestigious slate included H2M architects + engineers CEO & President, Rich Humann, P.E.
H2M has been an active member of the LIA since 1967. As a storied Long Island business dating back 84 years to its roots in Bethpage, New York, H2M is committed to our communities in which we not only do business but our employees live and prosper. The H2M team brings great value to helping communities with their infrastructure needs ranging from clean water and wastewater to utilities, roads and buildings (i.e. schools, residences, assisted living and EMS). Rich’s addition will bring more experience, expertise and resources to partner with the LIA in advocating for the best interests of the region.
“We are proud to have an independent Board of Directors that represents the leading businesses and institutions on Long Island. With the support of H2M and Rich, the LIA will continue to fight in Albany and Washington to improve our business climate and keep Long Island a desirable place to live and work,” said Kevin S. Law, President & CEO of the Long Island Association.
“I am honored to be appointed to the Board of the Long Island Association, a pillar of our business community and powerful advocate for the interests of our region. We are in exciting, yet challenging, times on Long Island so as a business leader dedicated to the interests of my employees and their families, I am excited to get fully engaged with the priorities of the LIA and provide whatever value I can to help strengthen our vision and voice,” said Rich Humann, CEO & President of H2M architects + engineers.
Founded in 1933, H2M architects + engineers is a multi-disciplined professional A/E consulting and design firm based on Long Island. H2M prides itself on offering expertise from all of our market leaders and employees, however, connecting with our clients on a personal and professional level is H2M’s primary focus.