Snyder Environmental & Construction Joins EIS Holdings, LLC

1 Priority Environmental Services and Earth Services & Abatement has announced the addition of Snyder Environmental & Construction to the newly formed EIS Holdings, LLC – Environmental Infrastructure Solutions.

Snyder is the premier provider of environmental abatement and remediation services throughout the South-Central United States, particularly Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Tennessee. All management, operating personnel, and teams will remain in place under the platform.

“Snyder has a phenomenal reputation in the abatement industry, and they bring significant scale and geographic diversity to EIS,” said Gary Caldwell, CEO of EIS Holdings. He added, “Joe Carter and Justin Dixon have built a rock-solid company and we are looking forward to helping them continue to serve their clients. We are excited to have Joe and Justin on our team.”

With the addition of Snyder, EIS Holdings is now a top three abatement firm in the country and a leading remediation and specialty infrastructure services firm with more than $70 million in revenue, 550 employees and 16 offices serving the Southern, South Central, Midwest, and Rocky Mountain regions of the United States.

“When 1 Priority and ESA merged in January, we set out to build the strongest national platform focused on environmental abatement and remediation services, with an emphasis on infrastructure. Snyder Environmental is the dominant player in the regions they serve and deeply strengthens our ability to serve a national customer base,” noted Kory Mitchell, co-president of ESA.

Joe Carter, CEO of Snyder Environmental, stated, “Joining Gary Caldwell, Rob Odom, Kory Mitchell, and the impressive teams at both 1 Priority and ESA, was my primary motivation for this deal. Snyder’s safety and quality-first mentality is a mindset shared by the 1 Priority and ESA organizations, and we are now able to bring that shared philosophy to a national scale. We see incredible growth in the EIS platform and are excited to help bring that together.”

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