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ERMI named as an FDEP Agency Term Contractor

On January 15th, 2014, ERMI was selected as an FDEP Agency Term Contractor (ATC) pursuant to its Solicitation No. 2014004C, entitled “Invitation to Negotiate (ITN) for the Petroleum Contamination Site Response Action Services.” ERMI is honored to have been selected as an ATC, and looks forward to helping property owners achieve regulatory file closure for… Read More...

Assessment Funding available through LSSI

The Low-Scored Site Initiative (LSSI) provides up to $30,000 of assessment funding to assess low scored sites that are eligible for the petroleum cleanup program. The purpose is to sample sites that have not had State-funded work in many years to determine if the contamination file can be closed. Most low scored sites have not… Read More...

Kevin Yue Joins ERMI as Professional Engineer/Sr. Project Manager

ERMI has strengthened its range of expertise with the addition of Kevin Yue, PE, CEP to our team. Kevin brings an extraordinarily broad set of experiences, earned through nearly two decades of environmental roles in both public and private settings. Most recently, he served as Lead Engineer for the South Florida Water Management District. Previous… Read More...

ERMI President Steve Hilfiker Earns Industry Award

ERMI President Steve Hilfiker has been personally involved in groundwater issues for many years. Recently, the Florida Ground Water Association (FGWA) recognized those efforts with the presentation to Steve of the ‘2021 Dottie Mixon Member of the Year’ Award. The award goes annually to an FGWA member who has demonstrated exceptional support for the association… Read More...

Wading into Wetlands

Wetlands are a vital resource for Florida. If you’re considering a project near potential wetlands, let ERMI  help you avoid any environmental or regulatory missteps. Read More...

The Dangers of What You Don’t See: Phase I “Non-Scope” Considerations and Environmental Due Diligence

Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) are considered the gold standard for environmental due diligence by lenders, investors, real estate brokers, and prospective purchases during commercial real estate transactions.  But the purpose of a Phase I ESA is defined as “good commercial and customary practice in the USA for conducting an environmental site assessment of… Read More...

What’s Ahead for This Legislative Session? Water.

Florida’s Legislative session will reconvene on March 2 through April 30, 2021. This year’s focus for environmental topics include clean energy, land conservation, population growth, water quality and quantity, plus budget issues, to name just a few. Based on several reports, approximately 900 people are moving to Florida every day. This volume of population growth… Read More...