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ESI's Historian, Meghan Powell, is in beautiful Marathon Florida conducting a structures survey that will help guide the city when it comes to future planning and development. Many of the residents are more than willing to tell their story of the hurricane and the damage, but are quick to talk about how the neighborhoods really came together after the storm to clean up the area. Most of the homes are in good or great condition, although, the homes that are directly on the water took major damage. The residents couldn't be happier to be in Marathon. 

 

We proudly share ESI Savannah's Kristen Deason's article in Southern Tides Magazine, "Bringing Back the Dunes." Kristen shares dune importance and restoration post hurricanes Mathew and Irma on Tybee Island.

https://issuu.com/southerntidesmagazine.com/docs/southern_tides_december_2017/14

ESI has offices in Ohio, North Carolina and Georgia, with it's headquarters located in Jacksonville, Florida. But did you know ESI also works internationally? We are excited to be working in the bush in Africa again and are thrilled to share our sights with you!

ESI's Tony Pooley, from our Jacksonville office teamed with Guy Pinjuv, on our Carbon team to visit Guinea Bissau!

Environmental Services Inc. is 30! We are spending 2016 celebrating 30 years of excellence. We had such a great 30th party celebrating at our Raleigh office! Thank you to everyone who stopped by!

ESI offers Environmental Classes for Commercial Real Estate Professionals. Our team offers their years of experience in environmental assessments, permitting, site assessments, and contamination assessments to help give you solutions and information to help you close the deal. Contact Rhodes Robinson, Joseph Brinson, or Don Barfield at 866-470-2250 to schedule a class!

Environmental Services, Inc. (ESI) employees have performed prescribed burns for clients in Florida and Georgia to accomplish a variety of objectives, including reducing the risk of wildfire, clearing land prior to site preparation or conversion, or restoring native habitats. In addition to planning and implementing prescribed burns, ESI staff have conducted wildfire risk assessments and prepared risk-mitigation plans as potentially required by local, state, and federal agencies.

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More information (video) this week from the Department of the Interior - August 14, 2015>>>

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