The dedication of more than 700 volunteers who contributed 20,000 hours of service to the city of Lafayette in 2011 was saluted April 17 at a ceremony and reception held in conjunction with the City Council meeting. The volunteer hours represent about $142,500 in savings for the city. The Teen Volunteer of the Year award went to Melissa Bullock. Carol Poore was named Individual Volunteer of the Year. The Group Volunteer of the Year award went to the Lafayette Cultural Arts Commission and Public Art Committee.

The Longmont Area Economic Council honored four companies at its annual Cornerstone Awards Luncheon April 18, at the Plaza Conference Center, Longmont. Acertara Acoustic Laboratories LLC, Micron Technology Inc., Advance Tooling Concepts LLC and OnCore Manufacturing Services LLC received awards for expanding operations and adding jobs. The Cornerstone Awards recognizes companies that take risks and embody the highest ideals of business, commerce and quality of life.

The Legacy Management Services team at Broomfield-based S.M. Stoller Corp. was awarded the U.S. Department of Energy’s Voluntary Protection Program Star status and highest safety award, the VPP Star. The award recognizes the team for its safety culture, systems and processes, and commitment to continuous improvement while serving as the contractor for the Energy Department’s Office of Legacy Management. Stoller is an environmental remediation, waste management and nuclear consulting firm.

Longmont-based TerraLux Inc. received a Product Innovation Award from Architectural SSL magazine for its line voltage linear module. The magazine’s award recognizes innovative LED and solid-state luminaires and fixtures on the market, while also spotlighting the players behind the components that make up these light sources.

The Boulder-based Outdoor Industry Association’s Sustainability Working Group was selected by the White House as a Champion of Change for corporate environmental sustainability. The group is a volunteer collaboration among more than 250 outdoor industry brands, retailers and suppliers working to identify and improve the environmental and social impacts of their shared global supply chains.

Broomfield-based Level 3 Communications Inc. was honored April 16 by Atlantic-ACM, a telecommunications industry research consultancy, with best-in-class awards for data quality and voice-price competitiveness. The awards are based on more than 1,200 individual ratings of telecommunications carriers by their wholesale customers.

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