10-01-2015 FSES President Lyle Johnson begins the 2015 Ethics Training for the Fort Lauderdale lab.
09-1-2014 Florida-Spectrum Environmental Services, Inc. acquired Lakeland Laboratories, Inc., an 8-person environmental laboratory located in Lakeland, Florida. Central Florida is an important market for our laboratory, and Lakeland Laboratories strengthens our presence in the state.The qualifications of the staff include a highly technical knowledge of the procedures employed in the laboratory as well as an in depth knowledge of regulatory requirements.
08-26-2014 Florida-Spectrum awarded long term contract to provide laboratory services to the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
04-04-2014 Florida Department of Health recommends FSES be certified for 80 new analytes including Gross Alpha and Gross Beta. FSES is the first and only laboratory in South Florida certified for Radiochemistry.
01-2014 FSES is awarded a long term contract with the Town of Davie.
10-2013 The Florida Specifier publishes an article written by Florida-Spectrum President Lyle Johnson.
10-17-2013 FSES is awarded a long term contract with the City of Lake Wales.
03-2013 FSES is awarded a multi-year contract with the City of Deerfield Beach.
12-2012 Broward County Public Works extends existing contract with Florida-Spectrum for two years.
04-2012 FSES awarded contracts from City of Coral Springs Florida, City of Naples Florida and City of Punta Gorda Florida.
02-27-2012 EPA sets safe level for dioxins, backyard burning of waste is main source.
10-06-2011 FSEA President Keith Kibbey appoints Florida Spectrum President Lyle Johnson Chairman of the 2012 Host and Program Committee.
06-20-2011 Florida-Spectrum awarded contract to provide analytical services to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
04-13-2011 Florida-Spectrum awarded contract from City of Pompano.
01-27-2011 Florida-Spectrum awarded contract from South Florida Water Management District.
12-2009 SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS IN SEDIMENT CORES FROM BLIND PASS, ST. PETE BEACH, FLORIDA Florida-Spectrum and University of Miami complete a Gulf of Mexico petroleum study for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).