Jimmy Groton, Wetland Ecologist at EnSafe, Is No Exception
Not all heroes wear capes. Some heroes, in fact, leave such a small footprint, environmentally speaking, they’re hardly noticeable. Jimmy Groton, an environmental scientist and wetland ecologist at EnSafe, is one of those people.
As humble and soft-spoken as Jimmy is, his contributions to conservation haven’t gone unnoticed. He’s been named this year’s Conservation Hero by Discover Life in America (DLiA), a nonprofit that promotes the conservation of global biodiversity.
How Art and Science Inform Each Other for Geophysicist Larry HughesCreativity is so important to us at EnSafe that it’s in our tagline – “Creative thinking. Custom solutions.” For us, it’s the ability to turn new, imaginative ideas into reality. It’s applying science in clever – even artistic – ways that transform our lives. For Larry Hughes, PG, one of EnSafe’s geophysicists, creativity grows from his practice of both art and science. As an Artist in Residence (AiR) for the US National Park Service for the last six years, Larry spends a few weeks every summer leading art workshops, painting trailside, and being a good will ambassador to the park’s national and international visitors.
EnSafe congratulates Former Naval Air Station Cecil Field and BRAC Cleanup Team on winning the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Federal Facility Excellence in Site Reuse Award We’re proud to have been part of the team that cleaned up the 17K+ acre station for what is now the thriving Cecil Commerce Center and Cecil Airport. […]Continue reading
Environmental Financial Consulting Group (EFCG), the leading M&A advisory for the A/E/C industry named EnSafe’s Chief Financial Officer Mike Wood CFO of the Year for 2018 in a recent awards ceremony held at their annual CFO conference. Since 2001, the conference attracts CFOs from top firms throughout the country to discuss pressing issues such as […]Continue reading
EnSafe is pleased to announce that Memphis-based Environmental Scientist Erik Heider has won the First Place Grover R. Murray Award for the Best Published Paper of 2016 featured in Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies (GCAGS) Transactions. His research paper is titled Early Modification Stage Emplacement of Shallow Crater-Filling Units, Wetumpka Impact Structure, Alabama. The GCAGS conferred the award, […]Continue reading