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About

Tioga is a Native American word that means “at the fork.” You can look at this two ways: where a river divides or where two streams converge. We prefer the latter. Because to us, Tioga is a mindset — working together with you to determine your ideal solutions.

Working with Tioga, you’ll have a complete team of environmental professionals and technicians at your disposal. So no matter what your project, you can access the specific expertise you need to take proper care of it. All through a single point of contact.

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Featured Projects

Scrap Yard Sites

When a national scrapyard company was looking to acquire multiple properties regionally, Tioga was contacted by a larger environmental consulting firm coordinating all of the environmental due diligence, with a request to perform Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) for seven properties in Tennessee and Mississippi.

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Memphis Airport

As a joint venture, The Horrell Group and Self+Tucker, two architecture firms in Memphis, Tennessee, were contracted by the Memphis Shelby County Airport Authority to work on a new airfield maintenance and operations support facility.

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09
Apr
Avoid project hiccups with asbestos abatement design specifications

It's one thing to inspect a building for asbestos, but before you begin any demolition or renovation, it's important to develop design specifications for asbestos abatement.

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05
Apr
TDEC approves new method to assess streams

Our senior environmental specialist Ben Day has the latest scoop on a new tool Tennessee approved for more accurate assessments of stream qualities.

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02
Apr
Celebrating springtime in Memphis

Our staff shared some of their favorite pastimes and recommended spots across Memphis that they’re looking forward to visiting this spring season.

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29
Mar
Is your dirt clean enough?

Luke Hall discusses sampling protocols to prove your soil for construction will not create environmental issues or contaminate your site.

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