ECSI President and CEO Steve Gardner sees tremendous opportunity in the new ownership structure. “This is a business arrangement that closely matches the character and culture we have built at ECSI over the past 30 years or more,” Gardner said. “It means better service for our existing clients and the opportunity for us to help serve additional clients worldwide. We expect to begin expanding our business in the near future.”

While known for its mining and energy development capabilities, ECSI also has significant experience in civil and environmental engineering services providing site development, hydrology, construction, storm water, planning, surveying, and design services for government and private clients. The company’s mining, oil and gas experience and capabilities provide a suite of services from exploration and resource estimation to planning and design through permitting, reclamation and closure, as well as due diligence and litigation support.