Chichester School District
"Over the last four years we built one elementary school from the ground up, made additions and major renovations to our education center and another elementary school. During this time we experienced underground tank leaks and uncovered asbestos tiles and pipe insulation on more than one occasion. Every time ECS, Inc.'s staff responded immediately providing a consise report and plan for keeping our projects on track. As our environmetal consultant, ECS did a great job with the engineering, project management, and oversight on our recent high school auditorium asbestos project. The project was brought in ahead of schedule and under budget."
Janice Miller Lion, Retired Business Administrator, Chichester School District
ECS, an Environmental Engineering and Consulting firm, prepares the specifications for asbestos,
IAQ and UST projects. ECS manages the project from inception to completion.
Abington Bus Garage new tank installation project is shown on the right
Left - Marple Newtown High School Pool Asbestos Removal project.
Right bottom: Mold clean up project for the walk-in refrigerator at Garnet Valley Elementary School
ECS Managing Director Mike Bednar (left) congratulates Paul Minotti, Facilities Director (retired) for Neshaminy School District after receiving the PASBO Award of Excellence in School Facilities
"Since ECS instituted our Environmental Engineering Program, nuisance problems have all but disappeared. Their response to our Indoor Air Quality and Asbestos problems are immediate. Our underground storage tanks are tested annually and our aboveground storage tanks are inspected regularly so we can make minor modifications before they become a major problem. They have also given us peace of mind by developing our current Right To Know program throughout the district. With the Nextel "direct connect" network, I can reach them at the touch of a button They are a multifaceted company that can deliver services on all fronts in a moments notice."
Paul Minotti, Retired Director of Facilities, Neshaminy School District