North Houston Association presents annual awards

North Houston Association Annual Awards Luncheon (left to right): Harris County Judge Ed Emmett (keynote speaker); Compass Award recipient Council Member Stephen Costello

HOUSTON (May 16, 2013)– North Houston Association (NHA) had its Annual Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, May 15, 2013. Harris County Judge Ed Emmett was the keynote speaker. The following awards were presented by Vice Chairman Mark Froehlich, Brown and Gay Engineers, during the luncheon:

Michael G. Page, Schwartz, Page & Harding, LLP was presented with the North Star Award. Mr. Page is being honored for his many monumental contributions to the successful growth and development of The Woodlands area. The North Star Award is presented to an individual in north Houston who has made a long-term, significant contribution to the region.

City of Houston Council Member Stephen Costello, President of Costello, Inc. and longtime member of the NHA, was presented the Compass Award. Council Member Costello received this award for his outstanding leadership role on the Rebuild Houston initiative. This award is bestowed on an individual who is a member of the North Houston Association, and has made a significant contribution to the area and to the programs and projects of the Association.

Chris Loomis, City of Conroe Environmental and Water Conservation Manager accepted the Environmental Impact Award for the City of Conroe Water Conservation Program and Projects. Since 2010, the City of Conroe has demonstrated great leadership regarding water conservation within Montgomery County. The Environmental Impact Award recognizes a company or entity for its efforts in preserving and protecting the environment in north Harris or south Montgomery County.