Preferred Corporate Housing Earns Prestigious SIRVA Environmental Champion Award

Published on Sunday, February 4th, 2024 by Michelle Velasquez

Houston, TX – Preferred Corporate Housing (PCH) proudly announces its recognition as a Sirva Environmental Champion, securing a top spot on the esteemed 2024 Environmental Scorecard. Out of hundreds of global suppliers, PCH emerged as one of the top-15 scoring suppliers worldwide and one of only two temporary housing suppliers to make the top 15 list.

The SIRVA Environmental Champion Award highlights PCH’s commitment to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives, reflecting a dedication to sustainability and responsible business practices. This recognition comes as a testament to PCH’s leadership in driving positive change within the corporate housing industry.

SIRVA, a prominent provider of global employee mobility solutions, initiated the Environmental Scorecard in 2021, inviting suppliers worldwide to participate in a comprehensive study. PCH’s outstanding performance underscores its environmental awareness, efforts, and programs, aligning seamlessly with SIRVA’s 5-year plan to enhance the impact of its supply chain.

“We are honored to be named a SIRVA Environmental Champion, a testament to our ongoing commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility. This achievement underscores our dedication to making a positive impact on our industry and the world,” said Michelle Velasquez, Vice President of Client Services at Preferred Corporate Housing.

The 2024 Environmental Scorecard reflects collaborative efforts to foster a greener industry and advance diversity, equity, and inclusion objectives. PCH’s leadership in these areas has contributed to the collective progress toward a more sustainable and socially responsible corporate housing sector.

As a recipient of the SIRVA Environmental Champion Award, PCH extends its gratitude to SIRVA for recognizing its contributions and reaffirms its commitment to continually strive for environmental excellence and positive social impact.