RES Acquires Angler Environmental
October 03, 2016
Resource Environmental Solutions (RES) announced today that it has acquired Angler Environmental (Angler), a US-based company focused on providing stateof-the-art water resource and green infrastructure solutions across the Mid-Atlantic states.
“RES is excited to welcome the entire Angler Environmental team. Angler Environmental has a tremendous reputation in the water resource sector delivering innovative solutions to preserve and protect watershed ecosystems,” said Elliott Bouillion, president and CEO, RES. “The addition of Angler bolsters RES’ ability to deliver comprehensive ecological solutions by integrating ecological construction, environmental inspections and maintenance, shoreline stabilization, stream design, and stormwater and TMDL compliance with RES’ current capabilities.”
“We are delighted to join RES,” said Lee Goodwin and Don Seaborn, founders of Angler Environmental. “From our initial meetings, we knew that RES and Angler had very similar cultures, with focused and aligned missions to supply industry- leading ecological solutions that resolve water resource challenges in our communities. Our team looks forward to joining forces with RES and providing customers with ecological solutions for wetlands, streams, species and water quality that facilitate project permitting, enable compliance and address enforcement needs.”
Bouillion noted, “Angler’s project implementation process, highly-trained construction crews and low impact equipment enables the team to deliver projects on-time and on-budget and enhances RES’ ability to undertake complex restoration projects. Together, we deliver integrated water resource and ecological restoration solutions for America’s infrastructure projects.”
Angler Environmental will now be doing business as “Angler Environmental, a RES company” during a transitional integration period. Angler’s entire staff joins the RES team and will continue to operate office locations in Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, and Florida. Lee Goodwin and Don Seaborn join RES as General Managers of the Mid-Atlantic Region.