MGF Environmental, PLLC (MGF) is a professional licensed environmental consulting company located 10 miles southeast of Asheville in Fletcher, Buncombe County, North Carolina. This location is close to other popular areas such as Charlotte, Greenville, Spartanburg, Knoxville, Winston-Salem, and Hickory. MGF is a client-focused environmental consulting and engineering firm that is dedicated to sustainable environmental solutions for business, government and private sectors.
Our purpose is to meet the challenges of limited budgets, tightening regulations and rapidly changing technological advances to provide our clients with valued options to meet the current market requirements. The company will be successful by focusing our efforts on meeting or exceeding client goals and providing broad-based experience at a reasonable cost.
MGF’s principal geologist, Michael Fallon, provides 25 years of diversified experience to offer clients the most economical, quality driven and technologically sound solutions for their environmental challenges. As a Professional Geologist in North Carolina (#2430), South Carolina (#2529) and Florida (#2527), Michael Fallon is committed to follow professional ethics and adhering to regulatory standards as they pertain to each State. For example:
The North Carolina General Assembly established the North Carolina Geologists Licensing Act, Chapter 89E, which gives authority to the North Carolina Board for Licensing of Geologists (NCBLG) to regulate Geologists practicing in North Carolina. The NCBLG has “establishing minimum professional standards of ethical conduct, professional responsibility, educational and experience background; and to prevent abuses of the practice of geology by untrained or unprincipled individuals.” (Chapter 89-E, Geology Licensing Act).
The North Carolina Administrative Code (NCAC) provides Rules of Professional Conduct for the profession of geology to “safeguard the life, health, property and welfare of the public and to establish and maintain a high standard of integrity, skills, and practice in the profession of geology, these rules of professional conduct shall be binding upon every person holding a certificate of license as a geologist, and on all partnerships or corporations or other legal entities authorized to offer or perform geologic services in this state. All persons licensed or registered under the provisions of G.S. 89E are charged with having knowledge of the existence of these Rules of professional conduct (21 NCAC 21 .1101).
MGF is a professional corporation registered in the State of North Carolina and a licensed geology corporation under the authority of the NCBLG (#C-565).
When conducting environmental work on projects, MGF and its workers will first and foremost protect the “life, health, property and welfare of the Public” (as stated above) and promote a safe work environment that will keep our workers healthy and safe. Workplace safety is the key to successful job completion reducing environmental risk and liability for MGF and their clients.
MGF conducts business with an assertive, client-focused approach committed to meeting or exceeding a customer’s business goals and project schedule. We have always believed that conducting high quality work that impresses our clients will promote recommendations to other clients throughout the business community. Continued working relationships are built on communication, ethics, trust and achieving common goals with exceptional end results.
MGF will strive to make the office atmosphere challenging, fulfilling and inspiring where the employees will be excited to come to the office each day. Professional development and growth will be emphasized and encouraged by the company’s management. Employees will be rewarded for their enthusiasm and innovative approaches to project management.
MGF is committed to the health and safety of our employees and subcontractors and have developed a corporate Health and Safety Plan to communicate this culture. A high level of safety awareness requires management support, total employee involvement and a strong communication with subcontractors. Safety should never be compromised to increase production and place workers at risk to environmental exposure or personal harm. MGF believes in continuous improvement to prevent environmental impacts and personal injury on its work sites. Michael Fallon has received awards and recognition for outstanding safety performance on projects and will maintain a strong safety culture going forward.