A Colorado company that provides services to the Department of Energy facility in Grand Junction is among the latest winners of performance excellence awards.
The S.M. Stoller Legacy Management Project in Grand Junction is among the recipients of Timberline-level awards presented by Rocky Mountain Performance Excellence. Five organizations will be recognized at the Quest for Excellence conference set for Nov. 4 in Littleton.
The organizations will be recognized for implementing initiatives based on the Malcolm Baldridge Awards program. The initiatives are designed to improve profits, customer service and employee morale while decreasing costs.
S.M. Stoller, Avista Adventist Hospital in Louisville and Online Trading Academy in Castle Rock will receive Timberline awards. Thompson Valley School District in Loveland and the RTD Fastracks Program in Denver will receive Foothills awards