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SIA Receives SAME A&E Small Business Excellence Award

SIA Solutions (SIA) was honored to receive the Small Business Excellence Award in Architectural & Engineering (A/E) Design Services from the Kentucky Chapter of The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME). This award recognizes a small business firm that has exhibited excellence in A/E design services over the past year. SIA was nominated for their Navigational Waterway Mat Sinking Technology Development Project.


Dr. Srini Neralla, CEO of SIA accepted the award at the Kentuckiana Post Small Business Workshop and Federal Forum held in downtown Louisville, KY held on 29 January 2020.  Also, in attendance were April Vance (Principal, Federal Services, Stantec), Will Bynum (Senior Principal, Stantec) and Sarah-Emma Watkins (Assoc. Project Manager, SIA).


SIA is leading a team of cross-functional engineering experts to design, build and test an automated, articulated concrete mat sinking barge in support of the USACE mission to maintain navigational waterways critical to U.S. national security. The team includes: the Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC), Bristol Harbor Group, Inc, and the American Bureau of Shipping Group, Inc. The final Full Width Robotic System (FWRS) will provide a more cost efficient and safer automated process that will improve the USACE’s capability to stabilize critical navigation waterways and ensure that they are available to complete the DoD mission.

January 2020 

SIA Solutions Receives 2019 Business Achievement Award

SIA Solutions (SIA) received the 2019 Climate Change Business Journal (CCBJ) Business Achievement Award for its development of an installation energy management plan (IEMP) for Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) in Texas. As one of the largest Air Force installations in the country, JBSA comprises 11 geographically separate operating locations throughout San Antonio and spends approximately $60 million annually on its energy consumption.

The IEMP focuses on identifying energy-efficiency project recommendations that support JBSA’s goals to improve resiliency by increasing renewable energy supply, implementing efficiency and conservation initiatives, and implementing redundancy and diversified strategies to ensure mission readiness. Implementation of the IEMP will effectively decrease pollution and improve efficiencies that enhance the environment. Execution of the JBSA energy strategy will largely be achieved through traditional funding vehicles, public-private or public-public partnerships, and efficient operations. The recommended projects identified provide almost 540 gigawatt hours (GWh) of self-sustainable and resilient energy. The solar and combined heat and power (CHP) solutions provide $9.1 million in total cost savings, which may be used for enhancing other areas of mission readiness.

January 2020 

SIA Solutions Volunteers in Houston’s 34th Annual Arbor Day Tree Planting Event

SIA Solutions (SIA) joined scores of volunteers from across the City of Houston to plant 3,000 trees along the bayou area of T.C. Jester Park.  The day also marked as a kick-off for the Houston Parks and Recreation Department’s 20 for 20 initiative to plant 20,000 trees in Houston parks and greenspaces in 2020. Joe Howard, HR Director, Joseph Angelilli, CFO and Srini Neralla, CEO participated in this event.

Giving back to the community is at the core of SIA. SIA has just started a new program “Volunteer Time Off” to encourage the staff to give their time and talents for the greater good. Joe Howard said, “I am thrilled that SIA is not only talking the talk but is walking the walk too when it comes to supporting the communities in which we operate”.

January 2020 

SIA Solutions Tops 2019 Aggie 100

SIA Solutions is honored to announce that we were recognized at the Crystal Anniversary of Aggie100 Event as the #1 fastest growing company owned and led by Texas A&M Alumni.  Founder-CEO and Texas A&M Alumni, Dr. Srini Neralla, and other SIA leadership team members attended the event, which celebrated the 100 fastest-growing businesses throughout the world that are owned and/or led by the Former Students of Texas A&M University.  Founded in 2012, SIA Solutions has experienced exceptional growth due to the strength and value of our client relationships and the outstanding work of our staff.

SIA Solutions was also featured in the Texas Aggie, the official magazine of the Aggie Network. Click here and jump to page 74 to view the article. 

January 2020 

SIA Solutions Ranks in the 2019 Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Companies in the US

SIA Solutions is proud to announce that we have been ranked as the 53rd fastest-growing privately held company in the U.S. by Inc. 5000!

Click here to read more on our Linkedin page. 

September 2019 

The Association of Defense Communities (ADC) has elected Harry Kleiser to the association’s board of directors.

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June 2019 

SIA Solutions Receives 2018 EBJ Business Achievement Award Environmental Business Journal Recognizes Firms for Growth and Innovation

SIA Solutions, LLC was recognized for Social Contribution in Government Partnering for advocating the adoption of Intergovernmental Support Agreements (IGSAs) that allow installations to partner with State or local governments on common facilities. As the Department of Defense (DoD) continues to adjust to uncertain budget priorities and funding shortages, military installations are looking for ways to reduce costs while retaining and enhancing capabilities critical to their missions. IGSAs allow partnerships on grounds keeping, refuse collection, animal control, and bulk supply purchase agreements. The resulting cost savings and efficiencies are now encouraging military and civic leaders to pursue broader partnership initiatives that can have far-reaching positive impacts on the environment, including natural resource management, ecological monitoring, environmental stewardship, and energy and water conservation and resiliency projects.

January 2019