Aegis is an SBA self-certified, woman-owned, small business experienced with federal government and municipal contracting procedures and is contracted with or has performed work for the U.S. Navy; the Drug Enforcement Administration; the General Services Administration Prince William County, Virginia; Albemarle County, Virginia; Chesterfield County, Virginia; and the cities of Charlottesville, Hampton Roads and Manassas, Virginia.
Aegis has been a prime and subcontractor for NAVFAC Washington, providing air permitting and compliance services for Navy installations in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Aegis has assisted these installations with air permitting and compliance strategies, permit data management and reporting, air emission and ODS inventories, air compliance assessments, and Integrated Contingency Plans (ICP), Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC), and Facility Response Plans (FRP). Aegis has an excellent reputation with NAVFAC Washington and is known for its highly experienced staff.
Aegis has demonstrable experience developing Environmental Management Systems, performing compliance audits and providing necessary training. Aegis provides Engineering Services, including Air Quality, Storage Tank Management, Wastewater and Water Plant Permitting, SPCC and ODCP Spill Plans, and development of policies and procedures to address best management practices and/or regulatory issues.
Of particular note, Aegis has worked with several municipalities during the development of an Environmental Management System program, leading to the submittal of applications for certification such as Environmental Enterprise (E2) and Exemplary Environmental Enterprise (E3) in the Virginia Environmental Excellence Program of the VADEQ.
Primary NAICS Codes: 541330, 541620, 541690, 541990, 562910, 611430, 611710
For over a decade, Aegis has addressed the multifaceted and complex environmental issues of recognized industry giants and Fortune 10, 100 and 500 firms, as well as the unique needs of small businesses. The Aegis team is highly qualified to provide a variety of expert environmental solutions to meet your company’s specific needs.
Our projects routinely require us to work with regulators in the states of Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Ohio, Oklahoma, Colorado, Louisiana, California, Florida, Illinois, Mississippi and Texas in industrial sectors including manufacturing, food, power, paper, automotive, foundry, shipbuilding, specialty chemical, oil and gas.
Repeat clients include DuPont, Honeywell (AdvanSix), Michelin North America, Inc., Suez International, Dominion Virginia Power, Washington Gas, Rolls-Royce, United Natural Foods, Incorporated (UNFI), and many other large industrial clients. Repeat business speaks volumes about client satisfaction with Aegis.
Universities have unique and comprehensive environmental issues, attributed to their city-like operational structure and widely varying waste streams ranging from cafeteria operations to research and development activities. Aegis’ distinctive capabilities of auditing, training and regulatory expertise enable us to tailor plans and environmental strategies specifically matched for university clients. Aegis developed a cost-effective environmental compliance tool (Shield®) which facilitates compliance with regulatory requirements and minimizes the burden of monitoring, record keeping and reporting associated with environmental permits, regulations and programs.
Of particular note to universities with boilers, Aegis has assisted several clients to interpret and meet the new boiler MACT requirements involving heating plant capacity, space heating needs and New Source Review (NSR) permits. Aegis has also developed Storage Tank compliance strategies, SPCC spill plans, Title V operating and PSD construction permit applications, Compliance Assurance Monitoring (CAM) plans and air emissions stack testing for universities.
Aegis’ university clients include: University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Longwood University, Clemson University, University of Georgia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, the State University of New York at Binghamton, the State University of New York at Oneonta, and Buffalo State College.