ERI Consulting, Inc. aims to provide high quality services and ensure cost effective compliance with current environmental standards. With specialties including mold testing and inspecting, asbestos testing and demolition design, we're your environmental service experts.
We pride ourselves on utilizing the best practices and most current methods, firmly believing that the simplest approach nearly always yields the best solution. We will tell you up front how long your project will take, and the cost. At completion, we provide you with conclusions and concise hard data.
Since our founding in 1987, we have put our clients’ interests first. Our internal peer review policies, proprietary software and protocols, Quality Assurance/Quality Control Program, and continuing education regimen focuses our efforts in providing reliable results and advice. Our goal is to be the most client-orientated environmental consulting firm in our service area, we'd like the opportunity to prove it to you.
The company has two divisions: ERI Consulting, and ERI Analytical, with offices in Tyler, Texas and Fort Worth, Texas.
In 1987, ERI was founded as Environmental Research Institute, Inc. to assist school districts comply with the new Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) regulations.
In 1992, Larry G. Snodgrass, P.E., began expanding the firm's capabilities in the areas of asbestos, bioaerosols, indoor air quality, lead, industrial hygiene, and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA's) The laboratory's capabilities were also expanded to include analysis for most airborne comtaminants. The firm's name was later changed to ERI Consulting Inc. as we know it today, to accurately reflect the nature of our business.
Abilene, Arlington, Cleburne, Corsicana, Dallas, Denton, Fort Worth, Greenville, Longview, Lufkin, Nacogdoches, Paris, Sulphur Springs, Tyler, Texarkana, Terrell, Wichita Falls, Weatherford, and all of East Texas.
Below you will find a map with markers on the cities where ERI Consulting, Inc. has successfully completed projects.