At Envirosurvey, Inc. (ESI) we believe in preserving and sustaining the health and well being of our environment and natural surroundings. To succeed in any major rebuilding and construction projects, we must first study the adverse impact of the project to the environment and how to protect it. Our philosophy, in general, is to share and make available to people the knowledge, the available technology, and the regulatory framework to:
- Preserve our natural elements (air, soil, water, vegetation, natural habitat) that are in contact with major construction projects
- Protect health and safety of workers during construction and clean-up activities who are in contact with impacted soil and groundwater with man-made contaminants
- Ensure governments, corporations, and individuals are held accountable and responsible to restore the natural resources of our Eco-system by clean-up and removal of contaminants in soil, surface water, and groundwater from effected sites all over the world
Envirosurvey, Inc. is committed to our clients, our employees, our communities, and our natural resources. We recognize that health, safety, and a sustainable environment are fundamental to society. As responsible corporate citizens Envirosurvey, Inc. conducts all of its operations in a manner that supports these values.
We are well recognized by our many clients as being responsive and knowledgeable to their needs in solving the environmental issues related to their projects. We understand our clients' constraints involving deadlines and overall budget and project goals.
The company was originally established in 1991 as a sole proprietor, went on to be registered and incorporated as Envirosurvey, Inc. in California in 1997, and is currently headquartered in San Francisco, California.
We serve the communities of San Francisco-Bay Area, Contra Costa County, San Jose/Santa Clara, Marin/Napa, Sonoma, and Mendocino. Industries we serve include City and County Departments, State Agencies (i.e. Caltrans), large and small construction firms, low to medium-income housing units, and service stations as well as residential and commercial property owners.