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Partner Acquires EndPoint

Acquisition of Environmental Services Firm Continues Expansion in New England

Torrance, CA – May 9, 2022 – Partner Engineering and Science, Inc. (Partner), a national engineering, environmental, and energy consulting firm headquartered in Torrance CA acquired EndPoint LLC on May 9, 2022. EndPoint is an environmental services, industrial hygiene, and site remediation firm with offices in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

“EndPoint is a well-known and experienced firm providing environmental and industrial hygiene services in New England. Their professional staff maintains licenses, such as LEP, LSP, PE, and PG which are essential to perform work in many northeastern states. Gaining these environmental professionals is an essential move to support Partner Engineering and Science's continued footprint expansion through New England”, says Patrick Lorimer, Executive Director at Partner.

EndPoint, a nearly 12-year-old company, provides a wide range of environmental and industrial hygiene services including hazardous waste and petroleum site investigations, remediation of contaminated environmental and building media, and environmental regulatory compliance. In the New England region, each state has a stringent set of rules and regulations, and experience with state and local regulatory agencies is essential in order to stay compliant with any and all environmental policies. EndPoint’s experience navigating these laws and requirements will give local clients confidence in our staff’s ability to successfully support and effectively manage their projects.

 “We know that Remediation and Industrial Hygiene are rapidly growing service areas for Partner nationally and we are excited to be a part of this important period of expansion,” says Richard J. Wozmak, PE, PH, LSP, LEP of EndPoint. “Our professional services and project experience is complementary to those that Partner is currently offering and we are eager to support them in their continuing endeavors in New England.”

Partner has made some key hires in the New England market including Brandon R. Weber and William Hopper. Mr. Weber has deep experience with risk management and knowledge of local banking transaction policies. Specifically, Mr. Weber is facilitating Partner’s suite of Construction Risk Management services, such as Construction Progress Monitoring and Funds Control and Disbursement, in addition to core due diligence services such as Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments and Property Condition Assessments. Mr. Hopper has over 20 years of experience in the environmental due diligence, environmental assessment, and remediation industries, Mr. Hopper has managed and developed environmental due diligence programs, conducted environmental field investigations, operated and maintained soil and groundwater remediation systems, and landfill monitoring. The addition of the EndPoint staff will strengthen our already robust foothold in New England and prove our ability to service out-of-market clients with national interests. 

“New England is a challenging region when it comes to performing environmental services projects including those involving remediation, hazardous waste, asbestos, indoor air quality, and other contaminants, “ Lorimer remarked. “The staff at EndPoint has over a decade of experience serving clients’ needs effectively and in accordance with local regulations.”

Partner currently offers a full range of environmental services from multiple offices nationwide and is able to provide services throughout New England. “It has been our goal for Partner to continue to enhance our ability to provide IH and remediation services nationwide,” says Frank S. Romeo Jr., President of Partner, “Our goal has always been to be the right answer for our clients, from initial due diligence through construction, including solutions services such as IH and remediation. Adding EndPoint to the Partner family rounds out our ability to provide these services nationally and offer local expertise to our clients, many of which maintain assets in multiple markets.”