Greenway Research Expands

June 23, 2005 · by DesignIntelligence

Counsel House Research, a trusted research firm focused on the built environment, became affiliated with The Greenway Group in 1995. Our management team has gained years of experience from within this industry, and our solutions are tailored to this industry.

Counsel House Research, a trusted research firm focused on the built environment, became affiliated with The Greenway Group in 1995. Our management team has gained years of experience from within this industry, and our solutions are tailored to this industry.

We use proprietary tools and processes to do our work. We strive to teach our clients how to use our tools so that they can continuously evaluate and enhance their organizations.

Our consulting services are always delivered with a focus on the future – the future of our industry and the future of the firms and organizations that we serve.

This focus is inherent in our processes, our recommendations, and the tactics we use to help companies and their employees improve and thrive. Please see http://www.greenway.us or phone 800 726-8603.

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