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Strengths

  • ·  Exceptional Customer Service
  • ·  Strong Technical and Support Staff
  • ·  Quick Integration of Project Changes
  • ·  Vast Knowledge of New Mexico 
  • ·  Well Known to Regulatory and Review Agencies
  • ·  Schedule Oriented
  • ·  Cost Efficient

 

Key Clients

  • ·  Bureau of Land Management
  • ·  Bureau of Indian Affairs
  • ·  Federal Highway Administration
  • ·  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • ·  U.S. Dept of Agriculture Rural Development
  • ·  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  • ·  U.S. Forest Service 

 

 

About Us

Marron is committed to the successful completion of our clients’ projects by delivering excellent, consistent, and reliable environmental services.  Our firm offers a wide range of services within our Environmental Science and Planning, Natural Resources, Cultural Resources, GIS, and Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permitting Programs. Building and maintaining strong relationships, as well as providing exceptional customer service, are the cornerstones of our success and allow us to accomplish our commitment.  Using a relationship-based approach, combined with practical problem solving, careful planning, and efficient contract management, results in timely and successful project completion.

As a locally owned company for over 20 years, Marron is invested in our staff, our community, and our state.  Our staff is our greatest asset, and by maintaining a highly qualified, motivated, and stable professional staff we attain our commitment to exceptional customer service and successful project completion.  Support and recognition of each of our staffs’ contributions allows Marron to be a leader in the consulting environmental profession.

Our clients include the public and private sectors as well as tribal entities across the state.  Environmental services and subsequent clearances have been obtained for a number of projects including airports, bridges, commercial and industrial property transactions, communication towers, fiber optic lines, highway and public utilities corridors, land transfers, oil and gas pipelines, ports of entry, schools, solar and wind farms, transmission lines, and water and wastewater treatment plants.