e4sciences|Earthworks LLC

e4sciences|Earthworks LLC

e4sciences|Earthworks LLC

The e4 in e4sciences stands for four elements: earth, water, energy, and life. These elements are the focus of our scientific services. The circle represents the interconnectedness and interdependency of the four elements. The e4 commitment to integrity and accountability means that all products must be objective and self-evident. All observations are georeferenced. All maps are time-stamped. All measurements are broadband. We measure all values at maximum dynamic range. We quantify all accuracies and uncertainties. Guardianship is an intrinsic responsibility to manage and protect natural and human resources as sustainable assets. Guardianship operates natural resources and civil works as a sustainable business. Maximizing the available indigenous energy is an efficient and sustainable means of guardianship.

Company details

27 Glen Road, North Entrance , Sandy Hook , CT 55038 USA
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Business Type:
Service provider
Industry Type:
Soil and Groundwater
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
2008
Employees:
1-10
Turnover:
less than 1,000,000 €

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Our mission is to support nations and industries in guarding “the natural resources as assets that they must turn over to the next generation increased and not impaired in value. Conservation means development as much as it does protection.”

e4sciences is the new brand of Earthworks, LLC. Bill Murphy and Bruce Ward created Earthworks in 1998 to combine the service concept learned from the oil field with the objectivity of science. The mission is to serve civil works and natural resources with severe accountability.

For a decade, Earthworks perfected its technique and method at home in the New York and New Jersey area. Much of the effort focused on the giant harbor-deepening project in New York and New Jersey.

In 2009, Earthworks became e4sciences. e4sciences seeks to combine the tradition of surveyors like Hassler, geologists like Smith, geophysicists like Doll, biologists like Darwin, and inventors like Edgerton. e4sciences is international.