The CTP Engineering LLC is the biggest of the four major environmental engineering firms that make up the CTP’s environmental engineering business unit.
The firm was founded by Richard M. Tiller, a former senior adviser to President Bill Clinton and former deputy secretary of defense.
In 2013, the firm won the $5 million Environmental Innovation Competition, and it’s been building up expertise for more than a decade.
It has won numerous awards for its research, including the $3 million National Science Foundation Energy Innovation Award in 2013 and the $1.5 million National Academy of Sciences Energy Innovation Program.
The CPT, which also has offices in San Francisco, Seattle, and Portland, Ore., also is the largest of the two environmental engineering consulting firms that are based in New York City.
The three other CPT firms have offices in California, which is a major center for climate change science research, as well as the Bay Area.
CPT’s environmental research and development is funded by several foundations, including NSF and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
According to its website, the CPT is a leading provider of “environmental engineering consulting services to government agencies and businesses” that specialize in “environmentally sensitive solutions for energy, environmental, and transportation systems.”
It lists its headquarters as New York.
The other CTP firms are: Tiller & Johnson Environmental Consulting LLC (formerly known as Tiller Energy Consulting) is a global public affairs and public policy consulting firm that has won several awards.
It’s based in Los Angeles.
In 2015, the company won the National Academy Award for Excellence in Public Affairs.
T&J is a public affairs consulting firm with offices in Chicago.
T.&: Johnson &: Son &, LLC is an environmental consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. The company’s website says that its clients “focus on solutions that protect public health, the environment, and the economic well-being of their communities.”
T. & and T. Johnson also have offices on the East Coast.
T &’s partner in Washington is the Environmental Policy Institute, a nonprofit environmental advocacy organization.
The two firms’ offices are located in Washington and New York, respectively.
The firms’ public relations arm is based in San Diego.
The website says the firm is “focused on providing public policy professionals with insight into key issues in the public interest, with a strong focus on environmental justice, public health and safety, and public transportation.”
It says the company has a staff of about 100 employees, including “over 200 scientists, engineers, and others, who serve on its board of directors.”
T&s public affairs staff includes former Bush administration officials like David Shulkin, former Secretary of Energy Stephen Chu, and former Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.).
The firm also works for a number of private clients, including The Clinton Foundation, which paid $10 million for a consultancy from T&ing in 2010.
In 2014, T&anks president and chief executive, Jeffrey Bader, said the firm would “continue to innovate” to improve the firm’s “environment, energy, and safety research, and develop new technologies to protect the environment and the public.”
According to a company press release, the group has been awarded “a number of awards and awards recognized by government agencies, universities, non-profits, and industry for its pioneering work on energy, the economy, climate change, and other topics.”
T &ing’s research focuses on how to “protect the environment from natural disasters and economic stress.”
Tamping has also been recognized for “unique contributions” to environmental and climate change policy.
Its work has focused on ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and “to manage climate change.”
Tamp has been one of the largest environmental engineering contractors in the United States, according to the American Institute of CPAs, a group that advocates for the environmental protection of the environment.
According the group, Tamp “provides expertise to governments, nonprofit organizations, businesses, and individuals on the design, implementation, and evaluation of new environmental technologies, including clean energy technologies and energy efficiency.”
A Tamp spokeswoman told Polygon that the firm has “over 2,000 people working in our global offices.”
She said the company “has been a leading supplier of environmental engineering services to the U.S. Government for more then 20 years.”
The spokeswoman said Tamp was “in the process of divesting from our investments in the CPP and its subsidiary, TAMP Environmental Engineering, which are all now in liquidation.”
She added that Tamp would “work to fully divest from the CPEs.”
According the company’s 2017 Annual Report, Tamping had an annual revenue of $6.3 billion.
Tamp’s corporate parent is the environmental engineering unit of the CTA, a major energy utility.
The largest single investor in the unit is the California Public Utilities Commission, which owns the C