Environmental Consultant Directory
A Guide to Selecting an Environmental Consultant in Michigan's Upper Peninsula

 

Revised April 1999. Published by the

GEM Center for Science and Environmental Outreach
(formerly the MTU Regional GEM Center)
Michigan Technological University
906-487-3341


This directory was first published in November 1994 with funding form the Groundwater Education in Michigan (GEM) Program of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.  The original directory was compiled by undergraduate researcher Charles Hoffman under the guidance of GEM Center Director Neil Hutzler, PhD, PE, and Coordinator Kristine Bradof.  This directory contains information updated by the participating consulting firms in early 1999.  Community and Regional resources were also updated in 1999 by Kristine Bradof and undergraduate assistant Glen Spangler.  Listing of a firm does not imply endorsement by the GEM Center.

All downloadable files are in PDF Format: 

Table of Contents:

Environmental consultants--who needs them? .............1 (pp. 1-6)

Use and organization of this directory............................1

Before you hire a consultant...........................................2

Selecting a qualified consultant......................................2

Summarized list of services............................................4

Summary table of services..............................................7

Alphabetical listing of firms............................................8

Appendix A: Community and regional resources

    Part 1: Descriptions of services.................................A1

    Part 2: Contact information.......................................A2

Appendix B: Sample request for proposals

    Part  1: Sample request for proposals.......................B1

    Part  2: Proposal attachments....................................B2