Great Lakes E&I was founded to provide high-quality environmental remediation and infrastructure technology solutions to public and private sector clients.
We are one of the largest environmental construction companies in the United States offering remediation and infrastructure solutions across the country. Key management personnel have a combined 200 years of experience delivering hundreds of safe and successful projects in a variety of settings utilizing innovative technical solutions and implementation strategies that render the best possible value. At Great Lakes E&I, client partnership is paramount, from initial project development and engineering design through field construction and remedy implementation.
Headquartered in Oak Brook, Illinois, Great Lakes E&I is a subsidiary of Great Lakes Dredge and Dock (GLDD), a leader in the building and maintenance of the nation’s navigation system, the protection of shorelines, the restoration of sensitive habitats, and the creation of critical aquatic infrastructure. Great Lakes E&I, along with our parent company, GLDD, is committed to delivering innovative and high-quality workmanship to our clients while executing every project with a focus on employee safety. GLDD has never failed to complete a project, and Great Lakes E&I is proud to carry on this successful tradition.
Great Lakes E&I excels at partnering with clients from initial project development and engineering design through field construction and remedy implementation.
- BUILD long-term relationships with each client
- EMPLOY teamwork to provide the best technical solutions
- SIMPLIFY project complexity to create cost savings
- INTEGRATE client goals as our own, linking our success to their success
- PERFORM every project safely, without compromise
- COMPLETE every project on time and within budget
- DELIVER high-quality performance and long-term value
#45 GREAT LAKES DREDGE & DOCK
GLDD debuts on the Top 200 in 2015 with recent acquisitions that have boosted its position in remediation, restoration and other environmental sectors.