SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Two of the largest IAQ laboratories have merged to form a single company providing analytical services nationwide. EMLab™ and Aerotech P&K have joined forces forming EMLab P&K. The transition to the new name is expected to begin early this summer.
"In addition to the unified brand, we're enthused by the increased number of services, improved online capabilities, and increased technical resources we will be able to provide our clients as we integrate the capabilities of our organizations," said David Fetveit, Aerotech P&K general manager.
Dave Gallup, EMLab chairman, added, "The focus is on providing better service and quality to our clients, as it always has been. By selecting the best practices from the former companies, we expect to see material improvements that clients will appreciate."
The newly formed EMLab P&K will continue to perform mold, asbestos, and bacteriology analysis with an emphasis on customer service, high quality analysis, and strong technical capabilities. Resources for the combined entities include over 50 employees with a minimum of a bachelor's degree and nearly 30 employees holding advanced degrees. Additionally, EMLab P&K will have 20 locations across the country; nearly all are accredited by programs that include AIHA EMLAP, NVLAP, and additional state certifications and licenses.
For more information, visit www.emlab.com.
April 20, 2007: Two Leading IAQ Laboratories Merge to Form EMLab P&K
April 20, 2007