Pace is pleased to announce that REI Consulting has been fully incorporated to Pace Analytical by taking on the Pace name and logo. This change is effective immediately and will be implemented across the company’s products and services throughout 2018 and 2019.
Everything about contacting REI Consulting remains unchanged. Clients will be able to continue to contact their same Project Manager at the same phone number and email for their laboratory needs. As Pace progresses through this transition, we will notify clients of any pertinent changes.
These changes emphasize these location’s commitment to providing environmental testing services on a national level- not just to those in a specific region of the United States, and to its commitment to research and development to find better and faster ways to work. We look forward to being able to discuss with our clients the wider range of services that we can now offer.
Anyone with questions about the rebranding should contact a Pace representative at any time or use the contact us form found on our website. We look forward to continuing to grow our business relationship with our clients in these locations.
For 40 years Pace Analytical has provided comprehensive analytical testing and emergency disaster response services to a broad range of clients, markets and industries. Today, Pace Analytical is recognized as one of the industry’s largest environmental testing firms in the United States, operating a nationwide network of 33 regional environmental laboratories, 1 national environmental laboratory, 4 life sciences labs, 2 LabOps locations, and 48 service centers. Pace leads the market in investment and innovation, and prides itself in providing both national and local coverage with exceptional service, legally defensible data, and convenient and reliable online data management. Pace’s Environmental Services include EDDs on demand, enhanced data package capabilities, air toxics, mold, vapor intrusion, biota analysis, sediment testing, dioxin/furan analysis, drinking water analysis, UCMR-4 testing, radiochemistry, and forensics.