“Companies like JPW are improving local government and we think that’s worth celebrating,” said Kirsten Wyatt, executive director and co-founder for ELGL, which awarded 25 companies from across the nation. “When it comes to building better communities, we’re all in this together—private and public sector.”
In fact, only public sector employees could nominate companies for a Haverford Award. JPW was honored to be nominated by the City of San Marcos, an agency it has worked with for several years to produce multiple award-winning projects.
“I’m most fascinated by JPW’s reverence for local government. Because they worked in local government for decades, they know that public service is sacred—and that shows in their work,” wrote San Marcos Economic Development Manager Tess Sangster in her nomination. “They know with every project we launch, public trust in on the line and they do not take that lightly.”
“In the public sector, working with the right partner can make or break your success. This award underscores the importance of picking the right partner, and we’re thrilled to be recognized as one of those,” said JPW President Jenny Windle, adding that is a noteworthy milestone.
“Our agency has won many awards for the work we’ve produced for government agencies—but this is JPW’s first business award, though I’m confident it won’t be our last,” Windle said. “We’re dedicated to raising the bar even higher.”
For more information about the Haverford Award, including the full list of top vendors, please visit ELGL’s website.