Identifying and Monitoring Environmental Risks
Recognizing, Evaluating, and Controlling Harmful Contaminants
Protecting Your Workforce, and Your Bottom Line
Prompt, Efficient, and Cost-effective Surveying in Marquette Area
Making Choosing a Property, Mapping Infrastructure, or Zoning a Community Easier
Facing environmental compliance issues is challenging. Concerns can arise when purchasing property, untangling permit conditions, evaluating possible contamination, or managing waste issues. Whatever your situation, TriMedia’s staff of professional engineers, certified hazardous materials managers, and technical support team can guide you through the process necessary to gain full regulatory compliance.
Being aware of workplace hazards is the first step towards protecting your employees from illness and injury, but risk mitigation and regulatory compliance are just as important. TriMedia’s team of experts will help you to recognize, evaluate, and control workplace risk factors. Whether you’re concerned about OSHA compliance, air quality, or community impacts, or want to improve your safety program, TriMedia can help.
Your workforce is your most important asset. Keeping them safe and well-informed guarantees that they have the opportunity to succeed.
TriMedia’s health and safety services will educate your employees and ensure your programs are setting your organization up for success.
You shouldn’t have to sacrifice quality for speed in your survey work. Constantly investing in and adapting to top-of-the-line surveying technology allows us to offer first-rate services while saving you time and money. TriMedia’s team of highly-experienced surveyors provide prompt, accurate service while keeping you fully aware of operational processes.
Currently only operating out of our Marquette, MI location.
TriMedia’s geospatial data experts use the latest GIS (geographic information system) technologies to make choosing a property, mapping infrastructure, or zoning a community easier. Step-by-step, TriMedia’s team of GIS specialists offer suggestions for how to use geographic information (the where) and descriptive information (the what) to guide you to informed business decisions.