Women in Environmental Services – Samantha

Hey! My name is Samantha and I am a Stormwater Specialist which means my work spans the construction, industrial, and municipal sectors. I am a recent addition to the Metric Team, and in my previous role I was a regulatory inspector with IDEM.

Field Safety Insight – Eye Injuries & Prevention


As we dive into the warm weather and outdoor field activities safety should be at the forefront of our daily thought process. No matter what job near or far we are involved with, our eyes could be argued as our most precious resource. They give us the ability to see the world around us. If we do not protect our eyes from injuries while at work we could easily lose that ability.


Engineering Firm Passes on the Torch…

Engineering firm passes on the torch, establishes legacy

Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper | Posted: Thursday, March 3, 2016 8:00 am | By Victoria T. Davis

On Sept. 1, 2001, Shrewsberry & Associates LLC was established as a minority-owned environmental services firm that provided civil engineering services in support of water and wastewater design, including drainage design and water quality management. Just 10 days later, the world stood still after two airplanes crashed into the World Trade Center towers in New York City. Over the next several years, the economy turned sour as jobs were lost and businesses closed up shop.
Now, almost 15 years later, Shrewsberry & Associates continues to thrive on the east side of Indianapolis, where it has not only grown as a firm to provide environmental, engineering and construction services, but also is now focusing on leaving a legacy to keep cash flow and wealth development in the African-American community. The company has developed an agreement with Kenneth Beache — current vice president, COO and one of the five founding members of Shrewsberry & Associates — to establish a second-generation, minority-owned business called Metric Environmental, which will provide environmental consulting services to public and private clients across the state.

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