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What does the merger mean for our clients?

We love what we do, and we appreciate our clients. The relationships we’ve built over the years, and the projects we’ve worked on together, are evidence that environmental restoration and economic development can go hand-in-hand.

This merger expands our presence, capabilities and quality.

  • A larger service area
    With our headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina, we’re working on projects in Ohio, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, West Virginia, Kentucky and Maryland. Now, we enlarge our footprint to include South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Got a project in a state not listed? We’d love to talk.
  • More resources and skills to serve you
    This merger brings together many of the most talented specialists in the industry, and this is not an exaggeration. To learn more, go to waterlandsolutions.com/about-us.
  • More of the same quality service
    Both companies have a reputation for highly collaborative projects, with a track record of timely and cost-effective execution. What a pleasure to add more of the same level of service.

And, we welcome Tommy Cousins as the new president of WLS. Tommy is no stranger to the industry, and brings a wealth of experience and leadership skills.

Please join us in welcoming the Palustrine Group to the WLS family!

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