Fort Worth, Texas (February 2020) – EIS Holdings ( today announced an investment in Florida-based Simpson Environmental Services ( Headquartered in Florida, Simpson Environmental is one of the largest, most trusted environmental remediation and abatement firms in the Southeast United States.

With the addition of Simpson, EIS Holdings is the third largest environmental remediation and abatement firm in the country with over 600 employees and 21 offices serving customers throughout the United States.  EIS consists of Earth Services & Abatement, 1 Priority Environmental Services, Snyder Environmental, Simpson Environmental Services, and Iowa Demolition.

“For over 30 years, Simpson has been the abatement market leader in Florida.” ESA Co-President Kory Mitchell noted, “We are thrilled to have them aboard.  As a platform, EIS is now a truly national company.”

“Having this team on board significantly enhances our presence in the Southeast, and we’re excited to help Simpson grow and better serve their clients,” noted Gary Galdwell, CEO of 1 Priority Environmental Services. Tim Yaeger, Co-President of Simpson Environmental, stated “there is a lot of demand for our services in the Southeast, and with the support of EIS behind us, we feel great about what we can bring to our customers in the future.”

About Simpson Environmental Services

Simpson Environmental Services is one of the largest and most trusted environmental remediation firms in the Southeast United States, having completed over 10,000 projects throughout Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. Headquartered in Trilby, Florida, with additional offices in Orlando, Florida and Miami, Florida, Simpson specializes in mold remediation, duct cleaning, asbestos & lead abatement, and complex demolition services. For more information, visit

About EIS Holdings

EIS Holdings is one of the largest providers of mission-critical environmental and infrastructure services in the United States, serving a wide variety of public and private end markets.  With over 600 employees and 21 offices, EIS performs a full suite of abatement, decontamination, remediation and other environmental and specialty infrastructure services across the United States. For more information, visit