PAL Environmental Services Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- PAL Environmental Services's estimated annual revenue is currently $14.3M per year.
- PAL Environmental Services's estimated revenue per employee is $210,000
- PAL Environmental Services has 68 Employees.
- PAL Environmental Services grew their employee count by 5% last year.
- PAL Environmental Services currently has 1 job openings.
What Is PAL Environmental Services?
PAL Environmental Services is an environmental remediation contracting firm specializing in fireproofing, asbestos removal, building decontamination, lead paint abatement, soil remediation, demolition, tank removal and mold remediation. Founded in 1993, the company has grown to become an industry leader and one of the largest environmental contractors in the New York City Metropolitan Area. PAL was a major responder to the World Trade Center disaster site, performing initial decontamination of the Deutsche Bank building at 130 Liberty Street that was damaged by the collapse (completed in 2004). PAL also performed the decontamination, abatement and deconstruction of 4 Albany Street. These projects were the first of their kind in the industry and they provided crucial insight of the nature of the contaminant cocktail known as WTC dust and the procedures necessary to properly abate its particular hazards. In 2006, PAL was awarded the remediation and deconstruction of Fiterman Hall, another building contaminated by the events of 9/11. PAL utilized our particular expertise in WTC decontamination to successfully complete the remediation of the building in May of 2009. Since its inception, PAL has successfully completed an array of cutting edge projects. Such projects include the abatement and re-fireproofing of the largest office building in Manhattan, 55 Water Street, as well as the JP Morgan Chase World Headquarters, a 53 story office building located at 270 Park Avenue. PAL continues to expand into the public sector providing services to such agencies as MTA New York City Transit, Dormitory Authority State of New York, NYC Department of Environmental Protection, MTA Bridges and Tunnels and the New York City School Construction Authority. With each new project, PAL continues to lead the industry into the rapidly changing future.keywords:N/A