“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”
We think that quote, attributed to Albert Einstein, epitomizes the instincts behind Thomas Wiberg’s success as a geologist and environmental scientist.
Tom isn’t quick to give his opinions and thoughts. He’s known for deliberate pauses, followed by thoughtfully delivered ideas that reveal his creative, status-quo-challenging approach to problem solving. He truly embodies EnSafe’s mantra T3 (Think Things Through).
That’s one of the many reasons EnSafe’s Board of Directors are happy to announce Tom’s promotion to Associate Principal.
EnSafe’s COVID-19 Response Team is diligently implementing our business continuity plan to support our employees, communities and clients. To our employees: Seeing EnSafers in action during these dynamic circumstances has been inspiring. Our agility in rapidly adapting our workplaces and meeting practices, adhering to social distancing protocols, and many other intermediate actions – all while […]Continue reading
EnSafe is excited to move forward with engineering design to help correct a decades-old problem with the city’s largest landfill, Butler County Landfill in Morgantown, Kentucky. The City of Bowling Green commissioners have approved funding for preparation of design drawings and specifications for construction of a force main to transfer landfill leachate to the City […]Continue reading
EnSafe is excited to announce the acquisition of Cirrus Associates LLC, based in the greater Dallas area, with an additional office in Houston, Texas. “On our quest for true nationwide service, we continue to search for and acquire firms with diligent client focus. Cirrus was a great strategic fit, not only from their philosophical approach […]Continue reading
EnSafe, a global provider of environmental, engineering, health and safety and technology services announces the acquisition of Accord Engineering Inc. (Santa Ana and San Diego, CA). EnSafe’s President and CEO, Don Bradford, emphasized the “client first” mutual culture of the acquisition, stating, “It’s clear this firm knows how to retain and generate recurring business among its […]Continue reading