We take pride in our commitment to providing the most innovative and cost-effective solutions in the industry. Our mission is to consistently exceed all expectations.
At SAGE, we offer comprehensive ground up and ground down Environmental, Health and Safety services. With the most hands-on experience in the industry, we quickly identify and develop groundbreaking solutions to conquer even the most complex of EH&S challenges.
In March of 2022, shortly after SAGE moved into its new headquarters on Friendship Street in Providence, our photovoltaic (PV) solar system was activated. This system followed an extensive renovation of our 1850's former mill building with all modern infrastructure and amenities including solar! Our system monitors by the minute how much renewable energy is generated, CO2 emissions saved (78,000+ lbs), equivalent number of trees planted (593 and counting!) and energy cost savings. Our commitment to renewable energy and transformation of a former industrial mill in an underserved community is SAGE putting its "money where its mouth is!"
At SAGE, we are committed to being the best at what we do and not trying to be everything to everyone. We focus on supporting the needs of six core markets and have more hands-on expertise than anyone in the industry.
We are more than just a consultant to our clients. We strive to be reliable partners, creating innovative and cost-effective solutions to solve any challenge within any budget.Industrial Education Bio-Tech Government Real Estate Renewable Energy
Sage was awarded the Silver Business Achievement Award for outstanding business performance in 2019. This award was based on SAGE's growth as the largest RI headquartered EH&S consultancy.
SAGE was a member of the team awarded the 2020 ACEC Engineering Excellence Award for the Slatersville Bridge Project Team. The award recognizes the year's most stellar engineering achievements regarding progress and safety.
SAGE Environmental and the Kettle Point, East Providence redevelopment team were awarded the 2021 James D.P. Farrell Award for Brownfields-Remediation Project of the Year.