As a Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE), we know how important it is to get it right the first time. Our CEO infuses the company culture with military mantras in a positive light to increase productivity, streamline processes, and create success. We have a commitment to encourage and provide opportunities for disadvantaged classes and develop opportunity in the work environment for other disabled veterans. Our tenets are simple; based off military expertise and expounded upon through professional knowledge and practical application, we firmly believe in the importance of safe work, showing up early, identifying and resolving issues governing the regulations, and producing superior work. Soar Environmental tenets:
Early is on time. On time is late.
- On-schedule is not our ultimate goal at Soar Environmental Consulting. We are serious about our timeline and will do anything possible to ensure your project is completed ahead of schedule. Employees are available at any time of the day or night and provide resolution before you know it’s needed.
A toe shine is no shine.
- We believe in superior work – we produce first-rate masterpieces and complete the job correctly the first time around. We seek opportunity to create high-quality results, beginning with providing competent, consistent and knowledgeable staff. We’re not interested in a toe shine – a toe shine is no shine.
We govern policy, policy doesn’t govern us. Soar Environmental Tenets
- Know the regulations -fully. We have first-hand experience with practical application of environmental regulations. Our trained staff holds the innate knowledge to govern policy and discern the best strategies for application, compliance, management and governance of environmental requirements. We will use the strategies that are often overlooked or unknown to provide an advantage to our customers. We govern policy so it doesn’t govern your business.
Results-Oriented, Safety First. Soar Environmental Tenets
- It may seem incongruous to identify the military with “safe” service, but the jump isn’t that far off. A core component of winning is having the healthy soldiers that can win, and that starts with a safety first outlook. We are results-oriented, but we will take a moment to identify the critical path, and keep safety at the forefront of our actions.