COMPANY INFO & STAFF
Headquartered in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, Jensen Environmental Management, Inc. is committed to servicing the Chicagoland area and surrounding region. Our centralized location has allowed us to manage projects in downtown Chicago, throughout the suburbs, and the five state surrounding region (Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Iowa and Missouri).
Our clients included Municipal and State agencies, as well as large and small private clients. We routinely work with real estate developers, engineering firms, educational institutions, commercial, industrial and residential clients. Our work takes us to office buildings, forest preserves, private homes, schools, hospitals, commercial properties, high-rise condominiums and industrial sites.
Jensen Environmental Management maintains Professional General Liability Coverage for asbestos, lead and mold related errors and omissions at limits of $6,000,000.
President / Founder
Rich Jensen has over 25 years experience working in the environmental and construction fields. He has overseen thousands of projects and inspections ranging from residential work to full scale multi-million dollar abatements.
The staff at Jensen Environmental has over 30 years of combined experience managing asbestos and lead abatement projects in industrial, commercial, residential and school buildings, as well as performing environmental inspections of entire complexes. These inspections for the identifications of asbestos, lead and underground storage tanks involve observations, sampling (air, bulk, water and soil), quantification, and hazard assessment. We also staff certified Hazardous Waste Site Workers for chemical sampling and emergency response actions.
The employees of Jensen Environmental are trained through Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certified schools and hold licenses in five states for all aspects of asbestos and lead management and consulting. Jensen is committed to professional training for all employees in order to keep pace with current technical trends, regulatory changes and certifications. Employees regularly attend development seminars and training courses to stay abreast of environmental issues.