December 27, 2017 (Greenville, S.C.) − HRP Associates Inc. (HRP), an environmental health and safety engineering and consulting firm in Greenville, has been awarded a two-year Environmental Consultant Services Indefinite Delivery Contract (IDC) from the South Carolina Department of Mental Health.
"We are honored to be awarded this contract and be selected to assist the S.C. Department of Mental Health with HAZMAT services such as asbestos, lead paint, mold and hazardous materials remediation as part of their facilities management and growth in the future," said Tad Goetcheus, executive vice president of HRP. "Our 25 plus years of experience and quality service serving the region was a major factor in this award selection.”
As part of this IDC, HRP Associates will be available to provide assistance should environmental concerns arise as the Department redevelops and re-uses state-owned properties throughout S.C. Many of the properties being assessed were built 60-75 years ago and will need HRP’s assistance to address environmental issues during modernization or re-purposing.
HRP has 12 offices in the country, serving clients with needs in multi-media environmental and OSHA health and safety compliance, site contamination investigation and remediation, Brownfield redevelopment, and risk management consulting.
For more information on HRP Associates, visit www.hrpassociates.com or call 864-289-0311.
About HRP Associates, Inc.
HRP Associates, Inc. is an environmental engineering consulting firm serving industrial, government and private sector clients since 1982. HRP supports clients in Brownfield redevelopment, site contamination investigations, remediation, risk management, ISO 14001, compliance auditing, hazardous waste, storm water, air compliance and permitting, due diligence reviews and OSHA health and safety services. For more information on HRP, visit www.hrpassociates.com or call the Greenville office at 864-289-0311.
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