Kleinfelder acquires LPG Environmental & Permitting Services

Kleinfelder has acquired LPG Environmental & Permitting Services, a firm headquartered in Orlando that offers a diverse set of environmental consulting services. The transaction closed on Dec. 31, 2010.

“We are pleased to join forces with a company that has such a strong reputation and record of excellence,” said Bill Siegel, PE, president and CEO of Kleinfelder. “LPG’s wealth of knowledge in environmental planning and permitting as well as their reputation for environmental responsibility will only serve to strengthen Kleinfelder’s ability to deliver turnkey services to clients across the nation.”

Steve Adams, president of LPG, added, “We are thrilled to be part of a national firm that shares our values and dedication to the environment, our employees, our clients and our industry. Kleinfelder will provide our clients global resources and a diverse set of services, knowledge and experience. As partners, we will work synergistically to continue providing the innovative solutions our respective clients have come to expect.” S E A Consultants to become part of Kleinfelder

LPG employs 20 people in three Florida locations: Orlando, Jacksonville and Lakeland. Their offerings include a diverse set of environmental planning and permitting services that are key to Florida, such as endangered species evaluations and wetland consulting. LPG will now operate under the Kleinfelder name, providing additional capabilities and resources that will foster growth in the southeast.

Kleinfelder has been executing a strategic growth plan since 1992. Kleinfelder’s 2015 strategic goals strive to further demonstrate the company’s role as a trusted adviser to its clients through ongoing training for employees, increased involvement with universities and associations, and a focus on technically challenging projects that strengthen the company’s environmental planning and permitting core competencies: National Environmental Policy Act and state-equivalent studies, transit-oriented developments with land-use linkages, and site-specific restoration and resource management incorporating a watershed/ecosystem approach.

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