MINGI CHOU ACHIEVES CHESAPEAKE BAY LANDSCAPE PROFESSIONAL STATUS

MINGI CHOU ACHIEVES CHESAPEAKE BAY LANDSCAPE PROFESSIONAL STATUS

The Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional program, announces that Mingi Chou, EIT, CBLP, Project Engineer for ELA Group, Inc. located in Lititz, PA, has earned the Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional (CBLP) designation.

The achievement of the CBLP Level 1 designation demonstrates an advanced level of professionalism and knowledge of sustainable landscaping practices for a healthier Chesapeake Bay. Certification is voluntary and candidates must pass a comprehensive exam that assesses an individual’s command of sustainable practices in the design, installation, and maintenance of landscapes.  Advanced, Level 2 credentials are also available for highly experienced design (CBLP-D) and installation (CBLP-I) professionals.

CBLP-certified professionals have in-depth knowledge of sustainable landscape best practices and a focus on maintenance of stormwater best management practices.

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ELA GROUP, INC CELEBRATES 25 YEARS

ELA GROUP, INC CELEBRATES 25 YEARS

ELA Group, Inc. graciously thanks our clients for your support throughout the years as we celebrate our 25th Anniversary.

In October of 1996, ELA Group, Inc. (ELA) opened our doors to provide Engineering and Landscape Architecture solutions for our communities and clients from our corporate office in Lititz, Pennsylvania. Charles R. Haley, Jr., P.E., one of nine Principals, leads our staff from this location as our President.

In October of 2000, Matthew R. Harlow, RLA, Principal, wanting to move his family back to his homestead, opened our Central Pennsylvania office in State College, locally known as “Happy Valley”. Mr. Harlow, as our District Director: Central PA, oversees the daily operations of business and assures that our projects run smooth and within budget for our local clients.

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“LYNNLEY’S LIGHT” NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION STARTED BY ELA EMPLOYEE AND FAMILY

“LYNNLEY’S LIGHT” NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION STARTED BY ELA EMPLOYEE AND FAMILY

Wayne and Kristi Hummer and son Calan are working to turn their family’s loss into a comfort to others.

In the fall of 2017 the Hummers were expecting the arrival of a baby girl. Tragedy struck and their baby girl, Lynnley Rose, was stillborn just four days before her scheduled delivery date. The hospital was equipped with a “Cuddle Cot”, which allowed the Hummers to have time to spend with their little girl, in their hospital room, as they said goodbye.

A Cuddle Cot is a machine that allows families that have suffered the loss of a child, more time to form a bond with their child as they grieve and say goodbye.

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