About Lozier Environmental Consulting
Lozier Laboratories, Inc. was established in 1980 by Lozier Architects and Engineers, Inc. to provide sampling and analytical services to the environmental community. At its inception, Lozier Laboratories, Inc. was created to address the “new” complex technical and regulatory issues facing engineering firms in the early 1980’s. Its focus was the sampling of bulk building materials for asbestos content and ambient air sampling associated with asbestos abatement.
On April 9, 2002 the company was purchased and incorporated by Lozier employees as Lozier Environmental Consulting, Inc.
The client base has grown to include a significant number of engineering and consulting firms, school districts, municipalities, and commercial/industrial accounts. In September 2004, Lozier purchased a two-story commercial building and is now located at 2011 East Main Street, Rochester, New York.
Lozier Environmental Consulting, Inc. maintains a variety of certifications, licenses, and accreditation's including the New York State Department of Health Environmental Laboratory Approval Program (ELAP), AIHA Industrial Hygiene Proficiency Analytical Testing: IHPAT and IMPAT, New York State Department of Labor (DOL), and ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accreditation. Our staff consists of dedicated employees, including microbiologists, technicians, sampling specialists, sales, and support personnel.
ELAP-Certified Laboratory & New York State Department of Labor Licensing
The Lozier Environmental Consulting, Inc. laboratory is an accredited New York State Department of Health ELAP-certified laboratory for the analysis of airborne fibers, asbestos bulk materials, and microbiology of potable/non-potable water. Lozier is also licensed by the New York State Department of Labor for the handling of asbestos materials (restrictive, non-abatement activities) and mold assessments.
Areas We Serve
Lozier Environmental Consulting, Inc. provides sampling and testing services to clients and projects within the Greater Rochester Area, Western New York, the Southern Tier, and Eastern Upstate New York