Celebrating 10 years in the Temporary Access Industry!

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MADISON, MISS, July 19, 2017– New South Access & Environmental Solutions reached a milestone in May 2017, celebrating 10 years in business.  New South provides temporary access solutions for the electrical transmission, oil and gas, wind solar energy,  and construction industries, providing a full range of temporary access solutions, environmental services, and site restoration, specializing in projects nationally in electrical transmission and pipeline industry.
 

New South’s first wetland access project was in Stevens Point, Wisconsin in the Bear Creek Marsh for American Transmission Company (ATC). New South laid the Emtek Wetland Access System, removing every RFID tagged mat, eliminating any fines and penalties. Additionally, in 2011, New South ranked as #270 on the INC 500 list of fastest growing companies in the United States, as a result of a 1000% growth rate over a three year period.

New South crews first began by installing silt fencing and other SWPPP (stormwater pollution prevention plan) when requested before offering a full line of site services. In 2017, they added civil construction services to become a full-service right-of-way solutions company.  

Drew St. John, president, stated, “We achieved this milestone by determination and hard work of our employees. It’s a testament to our commitment to continued innovation and our future growth. From our first project to receiving top INC 500 honoree, New South keeps growing and the next 10 years will be no different.”

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About New South
New South Access & Environmental Solutions is a leader in access design solutions.  They build temporary access roads and bridges and provide the best wetland access in the electrical transmission and pipeline industry.  New South’s offering of complete access solutions includes right-of-way support services such as erosion control and restoration.  As a new member of the Jones family, New South is the exclusive distributor of YAK MAT. For more information, visit NewSouthMat.com.