EnviroScience Moves to NE Ohio HQ, Names New VP

March 1, 2011

EnviroScience has announced that Greg Zimmerman will be EnviroScience’s newest corporate officer as Vice President in the Stow, Ohio headquarters.  As part of the re-organization, the EnviroScience Columbus office (Marine Services) will be relocated and expanded  into the corporate office to better support EnviroScience’s many ecological and emergency response projects across the country.  Greg has been with the company nearly 15 years, beginning in 1996.  He received a bachelor of arts in Environmental Biology from Hiram College and a masters from Kent State University in Geographic Information Systems and Biology in 2004.  Greg is a nationally recognized expert in freshwater mussels and endangered species issues, and has a broad knowledge of commercial and scientific diving.

Greg opened the EnviroScience Columbus office in 2006 with a focus on freshwater mussel surveys, commercial diving, and other marine services.  The Columbus office experienced significant growth, and Marine Services is expected to accelerate its growth even more after the relocation.

EnviroScience as a whole has experienced tremendous growth in recent years, with 2010 being a record-breaking year.  The company was recognized as making the  Weatherhead 100 list of fastest-growing companies in northeast Ohio based on 2009 reporting, and the 2010 numbers are expected to set a new record for the company.  CEO Dan Dunstan and other corporate officials believe the office move and new position will increase internal efficiency and prepare ES for continued growth in future years.  EnviroScience has maintained the same staff with the move and looks to add additional key employees in 2011.

The EnviroScience Columbus Office move will be completed by January 1st, 2011 and Greg and the Marine Services staff will now be available at (330) 688-0111 or toll free at (800) 940-4025.