Cretsinger Joins Testing Engineers & Consultants, Inc.

Ann Arbor, Michigan – Steven K. Cretsinger, an accredited environmental professional with 13 years experience has joined TEC’s Industrial Hygiene Services Department as a Senior Environmental Health & Safety Consultant. His expertise in managing environmental projects and excellent client retention reputation will compliment TEC’s strategic plan for growth. Mr. Cretsinger’s technical expertise encompasses all aspects … Continued

Suhan Receives the Franklin D. Meyers, PE Outstanding Civil Engineer of the Year Award by ASCE SE – Michigan Branch

Troy, Michigan – Carey J. Suhan, PE, Vice President and Principal at Testing Engineers & Consultants, Inc., received the prestigious award at the Southeastern Michigan Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE’s) annual meeting held at the Book Cadillac Hotel in Detroit. This award is given based on an individual’s contributions towards the … Continued

TEC Awarded Three-year, State-wide Contract with MDOT to Provide As-needed Asbestos Investigations

Troy, MI – The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) has awarded TEC the three-year, statewide, contract to provide as-needed pre-demolition asbestos surveys in support of upcoming road and bridge projects. MDOT has hundreds of road and bridge projects planned for the 2010 – 2012 construction season, including preliminary work on the Port Huron Plaza Expansion … Continued

Chandler Earns Leed® Accredited Professional Designation

Troy, Michigan — Scott M. Chandler, CIH, LEED AP, Manager of Industrial Hygiene Services at Testing Engineers & Consultants, Inc., recently passed the exam administered by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI), and earned the designation of LEED Accredited Professional. Chandler, an American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) Certified Industrial Hygienist since 1989, joined TEC … Continued

TEC Working on Michigan’s First Stimulus-funded Road Project

Troy, Michigan — TEC is working on Michigan’s first Stimulus-Funded project located in Ogemaw County, near West Branch, Michigan. TEC has been retained by the General Contractor Six-S, Inc. of Waterford, Michigan, to provide concrete batch plant certification services for this project. Governor Jennifer Granholm was on hand for the April 24th groundbreaking and said … Continued

TEC Awarded Construction Materials Testing Contract for the Police and District Court Facility for the City of Ann Arbor

The City of Ann Arbor has awarded Testing Engineers & Consultants (TEC) the contract to provide the construction materials inspection and testing services for the new 110,000 square foot addition to the existing Ann Arbor City Hall, partial renovation of City Hall, and new site work. The new two-story addition will house the 15th District … Continued

TEC Awarded Environmental Consulting Services Contract Renewal for Detroit Public Schools

The Detroit Public Schools Department of Contracting and Procurement has renewed Testing Engineers & Consultants’ (TEC) contract to provide as-needed environmental consulting services at various facilities throughout the District. The annual contract includes asbestos, mold and lead based paint management; indoor air quality; environmental site assessments; and underground and aboveground storage tank management services. With … Continued

Kaylor Joins Testing Engineers & Consultants, Inc.

Troy, Michigan – Donald Kaylor, PG (IN, TN), CP, has joined TEC’s staff as Manager of Environmental Assessment. Mr. Kaylor, formerly of PSI, has over 18 years experience in managing environmental projects along with holding a variety of operational roles including project manager, senior author, and quality assurance officer. His expertise includes environmental due diligence, … Continued

TEC Selected to Provide Testing and Inspection Services for the Redevelopment of the Historic Argonaut Building

The College for Creative Studies selected Testing Engineers & Consultants (TEC) to provide construction materials evaluation and testing services during the transformation of Detroit’s historic General Motors Argonaut building into their new home. The 760,000 ft. building has remained empty since 1999. The improvements for the College include a parking structure, student housing, a conference … Continued