ENVIRO AgScience, Inc.


ENVIRO Turns Over New Enoree Ranger Station For The USDA

(Whitmire, SC)— ENVIRO AgScience, Inc. (ENVIRO) joined the United States Department of Agriculture’s Forest Agency and local elected officials for an open house at Enoree Ranger Station on Saturday, May 2, 2015.

The open house was a public event and ENVIRO turned over the building to the Enoree Ranger District officials. The Enoree Ranger Station is located in the Sumter National Forest in Whitmire, South Carolina. The construction project of the Enoree administrative facility, known as Indian Creek Office, consisted of renovating and expanding the facility into a 7,500 square foot office building to accommodate full district staff. ENVIRO utilized several local trade contractors to complete work on the building.

Enoree Ranger Station is the second project that ENVIRO has built for the US Forest Service in South Carolina. In 2011, ENVIRO completed the Francis Marion Ranger Station in Huger, SC. That project received LEED® Silver Certification by the USGBC.  The Enoree Station is finalizing Green Globes® Certification.  Both buildings were completed under a competitive small business IDIQ in the US Small Business Administration 8(a) Business Development Program.


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ENVIRO AgScience, Inc. Executes Succession Plan

(Columbia, SC)– It’s a family affair for Dr. Louis B. Lynn, as the third-generation entrepreneur and founder of ENVIRO AgScience, Inc. transfers daily operations to the next generation as part of succession planning. The Minority Business Development Agency Business Center at Georgia Tech University has been working with ENVIRO and the Lynn Family since 2013 to develop and train for implementation of the succession plan.

The company president announced that he has assumed the role of chairman, leaving his children to manage daily operations and strategy of the family’s construction management and commercial landscape firm. Vice president Dr. Krystal Lynn Conner takes over as chief executive officer and vice president Adrienne Lynn Sienkowski becomes chief operating officer. Bryan Lynn has been named Facilities Manager.

Since launching the company in 1985, Lynn has fueled ENVIRO’s growth into a leading full-service construction company servicing private sector, government, education, and military clients. The 30-year-old business provides general contracting, construction management, architectural, and landscape services. Headquartered in Columbia, SC, ENVIRO also has an office in metro Atlanta.

“As we move into the transitional phase of our succession plan, I am so proud and excited about the opportunities that lie ahead for the company,” said Lynn.  “We are a multi-generational company that is poised for significant growth led by the next generation.”

Krystal Conner is developing international ventures in Africa that will expand the company’s reach from domestic partnerships to global relationships. As CEO, she will focus on directing the strategic vision and goals for continued long-term growth and international expansion. Prior to joining her father in business, Dr. Conner was Chief of Pharmacy at Grady Health System.

As COO, Adrienne Sienkowski is responsible for directing the strategic and operational goals, as well as marketing. She will be responsible for implementing policies and procedures in the areas of finance, project execution and general operations. She will be responsible for pre-construction activities to include, design services, estimating, scheduling, contract administration, vendor agreements, project closeouts and invoicing.   She joined the firm in 2011 after a management career with several packaging and products industry leaders.

Dr. Lynn’s only son, Bryan Lynn, takes over as facilities manager responsible for operations and maintenance of the corporate headquarters in Columbia, SC. He has more than eight years of landscaping experience supervising large grounds maintenance projects for the company. He joined the company in 2006.


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ENVIRO AgScience Buildings Achieve LEED® Certifications

Two Camp LeJeune Centers Earn Gold and Platinum Designation

(Columbia, SC) — Every day is Earth Day at ENVIRO AgScience. The construction and landscape firm takes its commitment to environmental sustainability and design seriously all year long as evidenced by the two Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) certifications it earned.

ENVIRO’s French Creek Mess Hall at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC, earned a Platinum LEED® Platinum certification from the Green Building Certification Institute. The 678 person dining facility is the first Platinum certification at Marine Corps Base Camp LeJeune and one of only eight LEED® Platinum dining facilities nationwide. The project achieved all 10 points for the “Optimize Energy Performance” credit with a modeled energy savings of 54.6%, which exceeds the requirements of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 of 30 percent.

In 2012, ENVIRO earned a Gold LEED® certification for its MCIEAST Pre-Trial Detention Center, also on Camp LeJeune. The 75-bed pre-trial confinement project was built with an emphasis on reducing energy, water consumption and waste recycling during construction. The MCIEAST PreTrial Detention Center is also the military’s first LEED® Gold jail.

“We are proud to have worked with the Navy to develop strategies to incorporate energy and water consumption into a design that also met their security and impact resistance requirements,” said ENVIRO president, Dr. Louis Lynn.  “Our commitment to the environment is part of the civic rent we pay as good corporate citizens.”

LEED® is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices. LEED® certified buildings save money and resources and have a positive impact on the health of occupants, while promoting renewable, clean energy. Additional information on LEED® can be found at http://www.usgbc.org/leed.

Dr. Lynn Appointed to National Urban League Board

(New York, NY) — National Urban League president and CEO, Marc Morial and the National Urban League board has appointed Dr. Louis B. Lynn, founder and chairman of ENVIRO AgScience, to a three-year term, as a trustee on the national board at the Spring Meeting on April 15, 2015 in New York, NY.

Dr. Lynn and a diverse group of Fortune 500 leaders, corporate and civic executives from across the country will continue the work to further the National Urban League’s goals and mission. Since 1920, the National Urban League serves to increase opportunities through education, jobs, housing, health and business initiatives. The National Urban League has 95 affiliates serving 300 communities across the United States, including 3 in South Carolina.

Dr. Lynn has served as a member of the South Carolina Columbia Urban League since 2008. South Carolina has not had a member on the national board for over 20 years.  “Over the years, Dr. Lynn has been an active and strong supporter of this affiliate by giving generously of his time and talent”, says James T. McLawhorn, Jr., president and CEO, Columbia Urban League. “He will be a welcome addition to the national board.”

Dr. Lynn has the unique opportunity to lend his vast experience to the National Urban League board from several perspectives, which include colleges and universities, national corporate boards and as a successful 30-year old business owner. Since Dr. Lynn has served on the Clemson University Board of Trustees for 26 years and 2-terms on the board of the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education. Dr. Lynn is well prepared to lead a national conversation on transitioning from college life to the corporate workforce for the National Urban League. Since Dr. Lynn serves on the corporate board of BB&T, a Top 10 U.S. bank, he will also assist with the National Urban League initiatives on increasing boardroom diversity & inclusion for Fortune 500 companies.

Dr. Lynn’s appointment became effective immediately.



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Dr. Lynn Appointed to SC Commission on Higher Education

(March 2015 – Columbia, SC) – Dr. Louis Lynn was appointed by to the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education (SC CHE) by Governor Nikki Haley on March, 25, 2015.

SC CHE serves as the coordinating board for SC’s 33 public institutions of higher learning. It acts both as an advocate for higher education and an oversight entity on behalf of the General Assembly. Additional information can be found at www.che.sc.gov.

Dr. Lynn will serve on the seat of Public Institution Research for a two year term. As the senior member of the board of trustees at Clemson University, Dr. Lynn will lend his valuable experience to the Committee on Academic Affairs and Licensing and the Committee on Finance and Facilities.

Dr. Lynn previously served on the Commission from 2007-2009.



New Branding

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ENVIRO AgScience, Inc. Introduces New Logo, Look and Website

(Columbia, SC) – ENVIRO AgScience, Inc. (ENVIRO) rolls out a new corporate identity package, including an updated logo and website. The identity package is the first significant change in ENVIRO’s look and will usher in the 30th anniversary of the company.

 “This new look, from logo to color system and website, translates to ENVIRO’s growth strategies to build upon both our successful construction and landscaping divisions, while allowing for different aspects of the company to presented visually” said Dr. Krystal Conner, CEO.

The new logo draws on the legacy of a well-established brand, employing an icon that shows verticality and modernity, as well as giving representation of the “E” in ENVIRO. The color pattern has been updated with modern hues of green, brown and grey.  The package employs a master-brand approach, with all business divisions and services presented under a single logo. In addition to the updated logo, the ENVIRO website, which can be found at www.enviroags.com has been revamped and re-designed to offer the end-user a platform to learn about the services ENVIRO offers, its leadership, team, current and past projects. The site is responsive to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation across a wide range of devices from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones and tablets. The site also incorporates social media and news feeds to provide the user company and industry news.


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