Since our inception in 1958, Fenley & Nicol has provided comprehensive environmental services to a variety of industries.
As a result of our unwavering dedication to excellence and unsurpassed customer service, F&N has evolved into the region’s leader in pollution remediation, construction, and environmental consulting.
Environmental Services offered
- Subsurface investigations
- Site remediation
- Spill closure
- CAD drawings
- Regulatory reporting
- Sampling and monitoring
- Regulatory reporting
- Phase I, II, and III Environmental
Site Assessments (ESA’s)
- Spill prevention Control and
Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans
- Compliance inspections
- Dry well Remediation
- Notice of Violations removals
- Environmental risk assessment for property transactions and refinancing
- Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
- ASTM Phase I ESA Standards
- Federal Brownfield Grants and Funding
- New York State Brownfield Information and Grant Toolbox
Let Fenley & Nicol make sure your site is Environmentally sound
Our Professional Services Department provides client-specific solutions to help you reach your goals. Strategies must adhere to the client ’s unique budget and timeline along with the project’s physical and regulatory constraints. Managing these variables requires us to draw upon our extensive experience while appreciating each project’s distinct challenges. From cutting edge to tried and true, our solutions balance cost and risk with your project objectives.
Our lead scientists all have over 15 years experience. Fenley & Nicol’s 100% tuition reimbursement and incentive programs assure that our scientists stay in the forefront of the industry. Our scientists use these programs to train with the latest technology and master new and innovative techniques.
These programs and our, “Every project is different,” philosophy have given F&N one of the highest employee retention rates in the industry. Hiring Fenley & Nicol means you get a cohesive team. You benefit from the synergy generated through our long-standing work relationships.
So who should I hire first, my consultant or my contractor?
Most companies in the environmental field are classified as either contractors or a consultants. Firms generally stick to one side of the coin because it is easier, logistically. Consultants work out of modern office buildings, contractors own large properties to house all the vehicles and heavy equipment. Contractors start early while consultants stay late. Consulting offices have a shirt-and-tie dress code, contractor’s wear jeans and work boots.
Fenley & Nicol Environmental does both. It isn’t easy to manage such a diverse company, but we have been in business for over 50 years so we’ve grown up together. This gives us a unique market position.
Consultants hire contractors, contractors sub out consulting work, and everyone adds a markup to the other company’s services. We don’t need to mark up consulting or contracting services because we do it all in-house. That gives us the advantage and you the best price. It also improves our efficiency. There is no disconnect from consultant to contractor. We are all on the same team. Our scientists get out in the trenches with our contractors. Our contractors acquire data for the scientists. One team working together efficiently and effectively. We’ve just always done it this way.