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We’re chatting with Nik Lahiri of Essel Environmental about how the random can change your practice.
Nik Lahiri is the CEO of Essel Environmental and Emergency Response. Essel Environmental helps clients by managing their environmental liabilities on development and construction projects. The emergency response side is something that came to fruition after a fateful call from a potential client.
What started as a 2 person family business has evolved into a 2 time Inc 5000 company last two years in a row.
The journey for Essel has been a non linear journey. The hockey stick growth came after a random phone call for a project opened up a model that changed the trajectory of the business.
Currently, Nik works with this teams to help figure out how to continue solving the biggest needs for clients whether it’s on the AEC space or the emergency response side.