Lynne Aubrecht Beaman, left, CEO of Highlands Environmental Solutions and Bill Frederick, senior environmental scientist, inspect the Citrix building in downtown Raleigh Aug. 21. Beaman is looking to land government contracts for her business.
Lynne Aubrecht Beaman, left, CEO of Highlands Environmental Solutions and Bill Frederick, senior environmental scientist, inspect the Citrix building in downtown Raleigh Aug. 21. Beaman is looking to land government contracts for her business. cseward@newsobserver.com
Lynne Aubrecht Beaman, left, CEO of Highlands Environmental Solutions and Bill Frederick, senior environmental scientist, inspect the Citrix building in downtown Raleigh Aug. 21. Beaman is looking to land government contracts for her business. cseward@newsobserver.com

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