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American Environmental Assessment & Solutions, Inc. (American Environmental), is pleased to announce in addition to their current MWBE certification, they have also acquired certification as a Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE). This designation is pursuant to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), Disadvantage business Enterprises regulations codified at 49 CFR, Part 26.
With this additional certification, American Environmental is eligible to participate as a DBE on MTA, New York State Department of Transportation, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority federally assisted projects in their certified areas of service including Environmental Consulting Services, Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Subsurface Investigation and Remediation of Contaminated Sites.
“This is an excellent opportunity for our firm to participate in the DBE program. Our team is very excited by the opportunities that being certified present us, particularly doing business with the many companies seeking MWBE and DBE certified firms to meet mandatory participation rates established for working with small and disadvantage businesses on federally funded projects” said Principal and Senior Geologist, Antoinette Ollivierre.
American Environmental is a leading environmental company providing environmental services to government agencies, property owners, real estate developers, legal firms, architects, lending and manufacturing industries. American Environmental services include Phase I, II and III Environmental Site Assessments (ESA), soil and groundwater investigation, remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater, NYC E-Designation and compliance.
For additional information about American Environmental Assessment & Solutions, Inc please contact:
American Environmental Assessment & Solutions, Inc.
679 Lafayette Avenue, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11216
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