The EnSafe Memphis office honored Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with a service project to support the Wolf River Conservancy (WRC), a non-profit local land trust that protect lands along the Wolf River in Southwest Tennessee as a public natural resource. Not only is the WRC an EnSafe client, but the organization’s mission aligns with […]Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that Tampa-based Progressive Engineering & Construction, Inc. (PEC) is now part of EnSafe Inc. PEC’s cofounder Bridget Morello, PE, has joined EnSafe as an Associate Principal to augment EnSafe’s strong Senior Leadership Team and to guide and direct remediation efforts nationwide.
PEC’s engineers and scientists bring significant experience in remediation, plant operations, and waste minimization projects for industrial, municipal, and other clients, including sites regulated under CERCLA, RCRA, state/local orders, and various remediation programs.
“While PEC’s reputation and ‘client first’ mentality align well with EnSafe, the crux of why we’re most excited is PEC’s people, whose hearts and minds are our most valuable assets,” says EnSafe President and CEO Don Bradford, CHMM. “It’s clear each of PEC’s staff know how to build and retain client loyalty, and each is an accomplished standout with environmental consulting acumen.”
“Our combined resources will dramatically expand our geographic reach and our service offerings going forward,” says new EnSafe Associate Principal Bridget Morello, PE. “I look forward to serving on EnSafe’s Senior Leadership Team and will ensure that our stellar service history continues.”
EnSafe earned the top category honor in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Tennessee’s Engineering Excellence competition. Winners were announced at the ACEC annual awards banquet held November 4, 20211, in Nashville.
The Grand Award presented to EnSafe was in the category of Water Resources for a Hydrology and Hydraulic Modeling project performed in support of the Dave Donaldson Wildlife Management Area (DDWMA) near Knobel, Arkansas.
ASTM International E50 committee honors EnSafe, highlighting our pro bono services to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Since 1996, EnSafe has provided thousands of unbilled labor hours as part of our charitable contributions to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. St. Jude is dedicated to game-changing pediatric cancer research and care, and we’re happy to help this Memphis-based hospital by performing Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and Transaction Screen Assessments.
Earlier this month, EnSafe and Environmental Scientist Megan Watson were honored with an award presented by the ASTM International E50 committee. The newly crafted award was inspired specifically by EnSafe’s lending our time and expertise to St. Jude on such a large scale – 50+ environmental site assessments annually, using ASTM E1527 and E1528 standard practices. The committee plans to continue honoring other companies that have done something similar or may be inspired to do so.
“When Bill Weissman, the chair for the ASTM E1528 committee, first heard about our pro bono work for St. Jude, he was amazed,” Megan Watson states. “I was amazed to first learn of it too, and am now so honored to be able to be part of it.”
Over the first 20 years or so of our engagement with St. Jude, we averaged approximately $30,000.00 in labor hours donated annually to St. Jude, but we’re closer to $60,000.00 in recent years, bringing our total lifetime contributions to over $800,000.00!
EnSafe supports St. Jude’s Dream Home program, a fundraising program where raffle tickets are sold to the public for the chance to win Dream Homes and other prizes. Property developers donate land and building materials to help St. Jude construct the Dream Homes. EnSafe supports St. Jude, by performing environmental site assessments on the Dream Home properties before St. Jude takes ownership, thereby saving St. Jude, in their words, “hundreds of thousands of dollars.” EnSafe has also performed a variety of other projects for St. Jude, including Phase II site assessments, removal of underground storage tanks, asbestos surveys, demolition activities, and multiple Brownfields projects.
EnSafe is pleased to announce that Megan Watson, Project Supervisor, has relocated to Chicago, Illinois. For the past 7 years Megan worked in our Memphis, Tennessee headquarters office where she conducted a variety of environmental projects with concentration in transactional property due diligence. She has experience with Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, groundwater and soil investigations, and remedial activities. Megan is a member of EnSafe’s Phase I ESA lead review team and sits on ASTM International Committee E50 on Environmental Assessment, Risk Management and Corrective Action.
Megan is excited to be the new face of EnSafe in the Chicago area, and looks forward to supporting existing and new clients alike in meeting their environmental needs. Please reach out to her if you have any questions or would like to know more about EnSafe and how we can support your projects in the Chicago area and the midwestern U.S.