Cardno ENTRIX Opens Office in Bismarck, North Dakota
Cardno ENTRIX has expanded their footprint in the Great Plains Region by opening an office in Bismarck, North Dakota. The office opened in May 2013 and currently consists of over 15 technical staff members who are primarily focused on planning, permitting, and compliance services associated with the oil and gas market. The team is also expanding its services to support infrastructure development associated with the economic growth in the Rockies and Northern Plains regions. Future plans include the addition of engineering and health and safety services.
The Bismarck office works in conjunction with other Cardno ENTRIX offices across the western United States to support Exploration and Production (E & P) companies as they explore new opportunities in the untapped resources of the region.
“Cardno ENTRIX recognizes the substantial need for high quality consulting services in support of the oil and gas industry and related infrastructure developments within the Great Plains region. The Bismarck office will align with our current offices to support this growing market with unparalleled customer service” said Kevin Freeman, Cardno ENTRIX Sr. Vice President and Strategic Director of NEPA & Energy services.
Under the direction of Senior Project Scientist Jennifer Harty, the Bismarck office currently comprises specialists with expertise in cultural resource management, geographical information systems (GIS), Section 106 and NEPA compliance, historic preservation, Native American consultation, oil and gas development and permitting, industrial hygiene, and botany and wildlife studies. The office includes GIS Consultant Danielle Bailly, Project Coordinator Jena Gray, Project Manager Kade Ferris, Staff Scientist Sophie Asbury, and more than ten field technicians qualified to perform cultural resource and environmental studies.
Cardno ENTRIX as part of the newly formed Natural Resources Management and Health Sciences Division of Cardno is excited to extend our expertise into the Great Plains region and we look forward to the continued growth of the Bismarck office. For more information about the current and future service offerings of our Bismarck office, please contact Jennifer Harty at 701-221-5398 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Natural Resources Management and Health Sciences Division of Cardno
The Natural Resources Management and Health Sciences Division houses Cardno’s services relating to ecosystem and human health management. The Division addresses today's natural resources management challenges and human health concerns not only through regulatory processes and technical excellence, but also through the application of strategic, market based, and sustainable business solutions. Our senior staff and management professionals are highly regarded and respected throughout private and public sectors for their technical expertise, science- based approach, and ability to provide sustainable business solutions. Our Division’s multidisciplinary team includes expert toxicologists, biologists, ecologists, chemists, geologists, hydrogeologists, restoration engineers, chemical and civil engineers, and economists.