Jennifer Wiberg has joined the EnviroPhase team as Director of Environmental Services. Jennifer brings an extensive background with environmental site investigations, remediation, and asbestos consulting, and embodies our culture of doing what’s in the best interests of our clients.
EnviroPhase is excited to be back exhibiting again this year at the TCEQ Environmental Trade Fair & Conference (ETFC) on May 16-17, 2023 at the Austin Convention Center. Steve Haglund, Kevin Almaguer, Robert Schoenewe and Michell Hales will be there representing EnviroPhase at booth #721.
Join the EnviroPhase crew for our Spring Happy Hour to kick off the Spring Season. Meet the team and refresh on environmental topics and industry changes while keeping cool on the outdoor patio. RSVP Here – shorturl.at/ejLT9
Experience working with contractors to ensure timely asbestos abatement.
Lisa Garrison joins EnviroPhase as the new Director of Marketing and Sales, responsible for overseeing continued growth and development. Lisa joins the team with over 12 years of technical marketing and sales experience in the petroleum industry. She has a strong and diverse skillset of management, marketing, sales, business development and strategic planning that she […]
EnviroPhase is happy to announce Whitlee Migl has joined the team as the new Senior Environmental Consultant. Whitlee has over seven years of professional experience as an environmental professional. Her portfolio is filled with years of environmental consulting experience in regulatory compliance and review, site assessment, site investigation, and field sampling. Whitlee has been in […]
EnviroPhase consultant Gaby Serpas has just joined the board of directors for the North Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (NTAEP), demonstrating that we are not only committed to serving clients but supporting our industry community. Through her new role at NTAEP, Gaby will support the organization with her valuable skills as an environmental consultant and […]
As part of due diligence for most commercial real estate transactions a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I ESA) is required by most lenders.
Join EnviroPhase’s Kevin Almaguer, PG for a luncheon presentation next Tuesday, June 14 for the Society of Texas Environmental Professionals (STEP) meeting at the downtown Dallas El Fenix.
Kevin will be discussing Municipal Setting Designations (MSD’s), drawing upon his 30 years of experience as an environmental professional. This presentation is sure to be an interesting discussion on a lesser-known legislative option for addressing properties with groundwater issues. More details at the STEP website via link below.
New Phase I ESA rules (ASTM E1527-21) will replace the previous standard (ASTM E1527-13) in the first quarter of 2022, introducing a raft of changes that will impact pre-acquisition environmental due diligence for commercial properties.