August Mack Acquires Philadelphia Firm

August Mack is pleased to announce the acquisition of the assets of Comstock Environmental, an EH&S consulting firm, in the greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area.

For over 20 years, August Mack has had an office in Lancaster, Pennsylvania that has been serving the northeastern region of the United States. This acquisition will allow August Mack to further support the EH&S needs of Philadelphia. It will also expand August Mack’s capabilities to support new clients while providing the firm’s current clients with the expertise, innovation, and commitment that they have come to know.

The acquired resources and employees of Comstock Environmental, have served the Philadelphia area for over 11 years, providing high-quality due diligence, waste management, remediation, and storage tank services to both private and municipal clients in a variety of industries, such as insurance, industrial, banking and manufacturing. The merging of the two teams, along with their extensive experience and expertise, will ensure that all current and future customers will receive exceptional and responsive service for all their environmental needs.

August Mack’s newest office location is located at 806 Fayette Street in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, a borough in the southeast region of the state, 15 miles outside of Philadelphia.


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