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We are water resource specialists

Where do you turn for technical expertise when you’re charged with protecting and restoring our nation’s valuable water resources? You turn to the team whose singular business focus is providing that support to state and federal agencies.

At PG, we’re personally and professionally committed to providing high-quality regulatory development, water quality assessment, permitting, compliance, enforcement, and infrastructure support. And we have a track record—and a long list of satisfied clients—to back that up.

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Singular focus. Unparalleled expertise.

The best support, from a team you can trust.

We work exclusively with federal and state agencies tasked with protecting and restoring our nation’s water resources. That’s it. We stay focused on water quality and do not work for the private sector. Our unyielding commitment to working exclusively for our regulatory partners and constantly striving to provide the highest-quality work in the business are reflected in our governing philosophy: Be a good person, and do good work.

  1. Unparalleled Expertise

  2. Singular Focus

  3. Quality Products

  4. Great Rates

  1. Provide unparalleled technical expertise.

    We’re able to recruit—and keep—the highest caliber water quality specialists because they share our passion for protecting water quality.

  2. Maintain a singular business focus.

    That’s how we build—and maintain—longstanding, highly successful partnerships with our customers.

  3. Deliver the highest quality products and services.

    Every product we deliver comes with our unfailing attention to detail and commitment to technical quality.

  4. Offer great rates.

    Being privately owned, we focus on our customers (not on shareholders) and that keeps our rates where we want them: highly competitive.

Our Leadership

Our founders have spent their entire professional careers supporting federal and state environmental protection agencies.

Contract Vehicles

PG holds numerous prime contract vehicles that make it easy for federal and state customers to access our services.

  • U.S. EPA and State Contracts

    We hold several prime contracts with U.S. EPA headquarters and regions and with state environmental protection agencies. Please contact us for details.

  • GSA Supply Schedule

    • Contract Name: FSS 899—Environmental Services
    • Contract Number: GS-10F-0210U
    • Contract Expiration: 4/20/2018

    Our contract supports Special Item Numbers 899-1 and 899-1RC: Environmental Consulting Services.

  • Subcontract Vehicles

    We have strategically partnered with a number of firms who hold prime contracts with the U.S. EPA that can also be used to access PG. Please contact us for details.

GSA Listings

Join our team

We do one thing. But we do it better than anyone else. If you want to join a team of elite water experts, you thrive on challenges, and you don’t mind our casual environment (or our flexible hours and competitive pay!), then drop us a line.

PG Environmental, LLC is seeking multiple botanists, soils scientists, and general wetlands scientists to support the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA’s) National Wetlands Condition Assessment (NWCA) during the summer of 2016. More information on the NWCA can be found here:

The field sampling is scheduled during the summer index period of 2016. PG is currently soliciting multiple wetlands scientist positions. Basic responsibilities of the wetland scientist include: assisting in procuring site access; conducting standardized wetland sampling at locations throughout the United States; recording data utilizing electronic datasheets; interacting with various state and federal agencies, as well as private landowners; and organizing and maintaining equipment, samples, and vouchers. Current available positions include: botanist, soils scientist, and wetlands scientists.

A qualified botanist or soils scientist will possess the following skill sets based on the position:

  • B.S. in a natural sciences field;
  • A minimum of three years of professional experience in hydric soil sciences/botany;
  • Excellent regional plant identification skills and ability to quickly key flora;
  • Direct experience in quickly identifying hydric soils indicators and utilizing regional supplements;
  • Strong field experience, and ability to work in adverse weather conditions for extended periods of time;
  • Ability to travel for multiple weeks at a time from mid-April through the end of September 2016;
  • Excellent communication skills, and ability to work both independently as well as part of a team;
  • Experience with state or national standardized sampling/delineation protocols a plus.

Qualified wetlands scientist (technician) candidates will possess the following skills:

  • B.S. in a natural sciences field;
  • Direct experience (academic or professional) in wetlands science/soil sciences/botany;
  • Plant identification skills, hydric soils, and wetland delineation experience a plus;
  • Direct field experience, and ability to work in adverse weather conditions for extended periods of time;
  • Ability to travel for multiple weeks at a time from mid-April through the end of September 2016;
  • Excellent communication skills, and ability to work both independently as well as part of a team;
  • Positive attitude and attention to detail.

Selected wetlands scientists will be placed based on their regional expertise. PG has open positions throughout the country, but have specific focus on the southeastern U.S. as well as the Pacific Northwest.

For immediate consideration, forward your resume to:

PG Environmental, LLC offers a casual and challenging work environment; and competitive salary, commensurate with experience, skills, and expertise.

No phone calls please.

PG is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.