PM Environmental News

Entries for 2017

PM Environmental is pleased to announce its newest office in Bay City, Michigan, located at 4452 Ace Commercial Court. Alan Nicholls, C.P.G. will lead the expansion and oversee the local staff.

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The site will join four existing locations in Michigan – Lansing, Berkley, Detroit, and Grand Rapids, as well as become the company’s 23rd office nationwide.

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Erin Basel joins PM Environmental as Western Regional Manager, located in Roseville, Calif. She will be responsible for managing complex due diligence projects, coordinating multiple service lines, project management, and management of regional and national accounts with various banking, financial and lending institution clients.

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Corey Levin joins PM's Brownfield and Economic Incentives team. Levin is licensed to practice law in Michigan and Illinois and will work out of the Berkley, Michigan, office.

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Developing a brownfield property in Mississippi has a better payback than most investments. If this is news to you, you may be interested in attending the "Infill - Filling in the Gaps" event on Feb. 8, 2017 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 pm. in Hernando, Mississippi. 

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Recently signed Senate Bill 908 through 913 (SB 908-913) will improve and streamline the current brownfield redevelopment tax increment financing (TIF), grant, and loan process while allowing for additional eligible activities

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PM Environmental is proud to announce the addition of Curtis (Curt) Lichy, P.G., as Regional Retail Petroleum Services Manager.

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced that it awarded a $200,000 Brownfields Area-Wide Planning (BF AWP) Grant to a PM Environmental client.

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PM completed the Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) for the $165 million Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) project, which will remove and replace the entire concrete surface on the 1-75 bridge over the Rouge River and Fort Street near Detroit, Michigan.

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