EnSafe, as part of AECOM-led Joint Venture, Wins Navy CLEAN Contract Again
EnSafe is excited to announce that its long-standing Resolution Consultants joint venture with AECOM has been awarded an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract by the Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC) Atlantic to deliver environmental studies, investigations, and designs for the Comprehensive Long-Term Environmental Action (CLEAN) program.
Environmental Management & Planning
Our long-term relationships are built on high ethics, strong technical credibility, and personal and professional trust. We think, question, disrupt, learn, listen, understand, ... and then design front-edge environmental solutions that are smart, nimble, and strategic.
EnSafe began as a two-person environmental consulting firm in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1980, navigating complex regulatory compliance issues on behalf of our clients. Now with offices nationwide, we've become a recognized leader in providing engineering, environmental, health & safety, and information technology services.
We seek innovative and creative solutions. We nurture our people with growth and development opportunities. We build enduring, trustful relationships with each of our clients. We focus on high ethical and safety standards.
We can't walk a mile in your shoes, but we can try to make that road smoother when it comes to your project's budget, schedule, safety, regulatory compliance, community relations, and future longevity.
NEWS & RESOURCES
We're busy across the United States and around the world, finding ways to share our successes with our clients in meaningful, practical ways. Find out why our fold of long-standing, loyal clients keeps growing by reading about what we're up to.
Our creativity spreads across vastly diverse markets - from aerospace to chemical manufacturing, ports & transportation services to US armed forces, developers & attorneys to federal, state & local governments.
"EnSafe personnel always think about the issues as if they were in your shoes as owners of the business." -Kim Burke (ret), Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP