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ECT Joins Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce

Monday, July 07, 2014   (0 Comments)
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ECT Joins Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce

 

Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. (ECT) is a Michigan-licensed professional engineering and scientific services organization. Founded in 1988, its clients include private sector businesses, engineering firms and contractors, and all levels of government. Significant among these is the State of Michigan, with whom ECT has been privileged to serve as a Professional Service Contractor to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality under two Project Management Contracts, as well as two multi-year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Level of Effort Contracts and two Discretionary Indefinite Service/Indefinite Delivery Contracts with the Department of Technology, Management and Budget.

With seven Michigan offices, including Lansing, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Benton Harbor, Clinton Township, Bay City and Traverse City, ECT is comprised of more than 200 highly qualified scientists, engineers, and support staff, and has provided multidisciplinary environmental consulting and engineering design services on more than 22,000 projects throughout the United States and world. Ranked by Engineering News Record among the top 200 environmental engineering firms in the country for each of the past 17 years, ECT’s expertise covers a broad range of scientific, engineering, planning, and construction management services, which are grouped among five integrated service lines: Air Quality, Natural Resource Management & Permitting, Performance Assurance & Compliance, Site Assessment & Remediation and Water Resources.

In addition to its work with the State of Michigan, ECT’s record also includes multiple active contract vehicles and extensive experience (over 100 projects) working within the federal sector for a variety of other governmental agencies.  Combined, these achievements reflect ECT’s demonstrated experience in the successful planning and execution of local, state, and federally-funded projects having contract values ranging from a few thousand dollars to agency response allocations of more than $300 million, and attest to the firm’s ability to successfully carry out assignments that are complex, large in scope, and affecting a variety of stakeholders.

To learn more about ECT and its commitment to quality, safety, and client satisfaction, visit their website at www.ectinc.com , or contact their Lansing Office at 517/272-9200.

Contact:               Brian F. Burke, CPG

Senior Scientist

bburke@ectinc.com

517/272-9200


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