A holistic approach to environmental consulting and construction services
Environmental services are provided by Tait Environmental Services, Inc. a separate corporation from Tait and Associates, Inc.
The environmental services we offer include design & engineering, comprehensive construction, electrical, compliance & regulatory testing, inspections, training and environmental management.
As a natural extension of our pioneering work in the petroleum industry – with its strict environmental demands in tank testing, repairs and remediation – TAIT has developed a remarkable expertise in environmental projects.
We have been able to build an excellent in-house team of resources that can readily handle such tasks as the environmental document reviews and environmental site assessments routinely required of our retail, land development, utilities and other industry clients. What’s more, TAIT’s capabilities far exceed those of other firms of similar size, offering an unusually wide range of services and tackling each job with a holistic approach.
In addition to our environmental services, we offer a full complement of training services and formats covering the latest environmental regulations, something that few other consulting firms can claim. Our clients depend on this information, and on us, to keep them up to date with the complex and ever-changing demands of multiple local, state and federal agencies.
By viewing each job as part of a larger picture, TAIT achieves a greater understanding of the many requirements and challenges presented by environmental projects. Unlike other consulting firms, TAIT can draw on the full resources of our civil engineering, entitlement and architectural planning teams to finish every aspect of a job expeditiously and cost-effectively for our clients.
SVE SYSTEM FOR LOS ANGELES COUNTY
TAIT’s broad service offerings of engineering, environmental consulting, and construction result in a successful site closure from the CRWQCB.
HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS?
According to new Colorado state law, monthly and annual inspections of your underground storage tank system will be required beginning
January 1, 2010.