Who We Are
Merjent is an environmental consulting firm serving clients throughout North America from our main offices in Minneapolis, MN (Merjent, Inc.) and Victoria, BC (Merjent, LP) and from numerous branch offices located conveniently near clients across the United States and Canada.
Merjent was founded in 2004 by a small team of talented experienced professionals dedicated to providing environmental consulting services to the oil and gas industry. Our founders sought to set themselves apart by providing these services with integrity and efficiency in a cost-effective way.
Their approach was a resounding success. Merjent has since expanded its focus and service areas to meet client needs and has grown to over 80 full-time employees, plus dozens of seasonal employees hired each year to support field surveys and construction compliance.
In 2015 Merjent incorporated in Canada (Merjent, LP) to answer increasing demand for our consulting services and to support long-standing relationships with existing clients. Merjent, LP offers environmental assessment, environmental management, and social performance services to support clients in the mining and energy sectors and in government agencies across Canada.
Today, Merjent provides a wide range of professional consulting services to the oil & gas, biofuels, electric power, wind & solar energy, transportation, construction & manufacturing, and mining sectors. We also provide third-party contractor support and other services to government agencies across North America. For an overview, please visit the What We Do page.
Merjent stands apart from other firms in how we work with clients and the values that guide us. Our management is committed to promoting an environment where people and projects succeed and we include our clients in that goal — building long-term relationships and providing a leading standard of client care that helps our clients to succeed.
Visit our Where We Are page to identify a contact and start a discussion about how we can help you and your project succeed.
(Left to right): Tom Janssen, Steve Elbert, Bill Regan, and John Muehlhausen.