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Cardno Expands to Include a New Business Line Focused on Health Sciences
Date:7/23/2013

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 23, 2013

Engineering and environmental consulting firm Cardno has grown to include Health Sciences as part of its newly formed Natural Resource Management & Health Sciences Division in the United States. The Division encompasses services from internationally recognized Cardno ENTRIX and Cardno ChemRisk, who merged with Cardno in recent years to join Cardno’s global portfolio.

The combined strength and expertise of Cardno ENTRIX and Cardno ChemRisk allows Cardno to provide comprehensive services to protect ecosystems and human health. Cardno ENTRIX is well known for expertise in water resource management, natural resource management, permitting and compliance, environmental and natural resource liability management, and economics and decision sciences, while Cardno ChemRisk adds expertise in assessing and managing human health and environmental risk associated with product development.

Cardno recognizes Health Sciences as an important issue for communities around the world. As a result, the firm is placing a greater emphasis on the interdependent relationship between natural resource management and human health. Cardno ChemRisk expands the firm’s existing portfolio in occupational health and safety, product stewardship, consumer product safety, and contaminated site evaluations and escalates the Health Sciences practice to a globally marketable service for clients.

“By aligning scientists and other multidisciplinary specialists from both firms our staff will provide clients the expertise necessary to manage human health and environmental risks of product development and/or environmental projects. The team will deliver truly sustainable solutions, coupled with business goals and objectives to ensure successful, cost effective outcomes,” stated Todd Williams, C
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