About P.A.C.E. Field Services – Evansville’s Environmental Testing Experts

/About P.A.C.E. Field Services – Evansville’s Environmental Testing Experts
About P.A.C.E. Field Services – Evansville’s Environmental Testing Experts 2017-08-16T09:52:00+00:00

P.A.C.E. Field Services, Inc., is an industrial hygiene firm headquartered in Evansville, Indiana. Steve Plough, owner of P.A.C.E., has worked in the field since 1989 and founded the company in 1998.

Plough works directly with Jennifer Ethridge, an accomplished P.A.C.E. associate since 2001. Plough and Ethridge have investigated hundreds of commercial projects over the years. The industries they’ve worked for include:

  • Pharmaceutical

  • Construction

  • Manufacturing

  • Power plants

  • School corporations

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P.A.C.E. differs from other similar businesses in the region because it conducts more residential work than others. In addition to providing top-of-the-line service and residential work, P.A.C.E. also stands out because of its job response time. “Typically, our response time to come onto a job site is a few days instead of two to three weeks like some companies,” Plough says.

Also: P.A.C.E.’s pricing is generally lower in all areas that concern industrial hygiene—especially residential. “Instead of providing a huge, complicated report of findings, we provide simple, easy to understand reports, along with one-on-one consultation to explain results if needed,” Plough adds.

Want to work with P.A.C.E.? Contact P.A.C.E. Field Services, Inc. by calling (812) 985-6653 or emailing steve@pacefieldservices.com.

Environmental Hygiene and Air Testing Services

P.A.C.E.’s goal is to help you discover if your company or residence is contaminated with airborne hazards. These hazards, while small, can enter the air and harm a worker’s or a resident’s health over time.

P.A.C.E. is equipped to test air samples for:

  • General nuisance dusts
  • Lead
  • Radon
  • Mold
  • Formaldehyde
  • Silica
  • Asbestos
  • Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s)

P.A.C.E. also can test for hexavalent chromium and other metals that may be present during welding activities.

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