FSC embraces the green movement by creating designs that are environmentally – sustainable. Our objective is to help building owners reduce consumption of energy and water, minimize waste, and create healthy environments for their occupants. Today, buildings can achieve various types of sustainable awards and certifications, with Energy Star and LEED being the most prominent. …
Corporate Woods® Blog Tenant Showcase: FSC, Inc. When Sonia Garapaty was young, she spent most Saturdays at the office of FSC, Inc., her father’s engineering business. Little did she know, one day she would become the company’s CEO and help it grow exponentially. “Our family had a tradition of eating dinner together every night and most …
FSC is currently providing Commissioning and Energy Modeling Services for the Commerce Tower Office Building located at 911 Main into a mixed-use of residential (265 apartments), offices, classrooms, an early-education center, restaurants, a fitness center, theater, and retail space. This building contains the most efficient boilers, chillers, light fixtures, washer and dryers, smart water heaters, etc. This project has recently received a …
FSC continues to add different ways to promote a healthy lifestyle. To do this, we’ve just added a treadmill desk for our employees to use.
We are proud to announce that Richard Chushuk has passed the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) exam. FSC now has three Accredited Professionals and is here to help balance the three P’s – PEOPLE, PLANET, PROFIT.
FSC, Inc. is proud to have made the Kansas City Business Journal’s “List” again at #12 as one of the TOP AREA MINORITY-OWNED BUSINESSES.
Sonia Garapaty, FSC’s CEO, has been selected as a board member for the Women’s Employment Network (WEN), an organization that provides coaching to women who struggle with social, economic and educational barriers during their employment search.
FSC is very excited to be working on this project! Follow this link for the Kansas City Business Journal’s article on 905 Broadway
We would like to extend a very special thanks to the Lead Bank for their campaign, which highlights small business owners and entrepreneurs all over Kansas City; shedding light on their personal experiences and the stories behind their success. To read the full article, follow the link below. Lead Bank Article
Mark Hartfiel, P.E., LEED AP, Darren Baker, P.E., and Amber Atkins were all featured in the “People On The Move” section of the Kansas City Business Journal.