ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT & PLANNING
Applying innovation and creativity to compliance and permitting challenges
We’re creative, thorough and strategic. That’s what it takes for effective environmental stewardship in an era of increasing complexity. We solve tough environmental challenges, whether managing newly emerging contaminants such as PFAS or indoor air quality impacts from vapor intrusion, quantifying environmental liabilities and risks, or assessing properties for real estate transaction.
- Environmental, Health & Safety Compliance Auditing
- Cost Estimating for Financial Reserves
- Due Diligence, Merger & Acquisition Support
- Emergency Response & Preparedness (EPCRA)
- Environmental Compliance
- Environmental Management Systems (EMS), ISO14001
- Environmental, Health & Safety Training
- Air Quality & Permitting
- Vapor Intrusion
- PFAS Assessment & Remediation
- Hazardous & Solid Waste
- Water Quality & Permitting
- Risk Assessment & Toxicology
- Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments
- Regulatory Interpretation & Negotiation
- National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
- Storage Tank (UST & AST) Management
- Hazardous Materials Transportation Compliance
We are collaborating with USEPA and the Air Force at this supersonic wind tunnel to develop site-specific methods for evaluating worker risks from PCBs and dioxins on surfaces through wipe sample data. USEPA has implemented the risk evaluation methods at other hurricane-impacted sites.
EnSafe has assisted more than 85 military installations — from arctic to tropical — in compliance with continually evolving spill prevention rules, especially since 2002 when sweeping changes were enacted. We strive to keep these fuel-intensive facilities mission-ready by developing effective, low-impact spill prevention and response programs.
"EnSafe has done an excellent job in all services requested. They have provided high quality work plans and reports and have provided excellent work in the field. I’ve greatly appreciated their focus on customer satisfaction” - Manager, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
In a two-month period, before the end of the client’s fiscal year, EnSafe completed turn-key assessment, risk screening, feasibility study/cost analysis, remedial planning, and removal action to mitigate unacceptable risks at a former lead smelter in Houston, Texas.
For a Fortune 20 manufacturer and long-standing client, EnSafe provides quick-response multimedia environmental, health, and safety compliance, investigation/remediation, decontamination/demolition, and engineering services for both acquisitions and to sustain operations around the globe.
For Storm Water Outfall GIS Mapping, EnSafe’s implementation of an automated map generator and custom data collector resulted in the reduction of approximately 1.5 full time equivalents (FTEs) for data management. This project won American Council of Engineering Companies’ Engineering Excellence Award for Surveying/Mapping Technology.
“I am very satisfied with the skills and abilities of every manager and staff person that I work with at EnSafe. I have direct access to EnSafe managers virtually 24 hours a day, if needed. They have helped [us] in numerous emergency situations or time-sensitive projects.” – Regulatory Compliance and Engineering Manager, US-based agricultural and specialty formulator/distributor
To facilitate a time-critical deal established in our client’s lease agreement, EnSafe used client familiarity, due-diligence expertise, online project collaboration portals, and nationwide coverage to meet internal and regulatory deadlines at significant savings.
EnSafe completed Environmental Site Assessments, community outreach, and cost analysis to help a school district in California locate new school property.
For newly emerging contaminants such as PFAS, EnSafe is continually refining plans and procedures to adjust specific project action levels, guide field technique, and identify appropriate analytical methodology.
EnSafe effectively characterizes vapor intrusion migration pathways so remediation dollars are not misspent.