SAN DIEGO, CA – EnviroMINE, Inc. – a consulting service specializing in mining and reclamation planning, mine permitting, regulatory compliance and aggregate economics, adds real estate brokerage services for mining properties.
The EnviroMINE real estate brokerage services staff specialize in transactions for quarries, sand and gravel mining operations, mineral mines, raw land, permitted and unpermitted aggregate reserves as well as industrial properties for HMA, Recycle or RMC plants.
“Our knowledge and experience with mine permitting provides our clients with an expert in mining land entitlements when they select us as their Broker,” said Damien Galford, Operations Manager and Real Estate Broker for EnivroMINE, Inc. “This expertise can be used to add unrealized value to a piece of property or assist buyers with interpreting the current status of the land entitlements, addressing permitting deficiencies and/or compliance problems that may exist.”
As a licensed real estate broker, EnviroMINE can assist property owners with marketing their properties as well as locating suitable properties for buyers.
Buyers may browse mining properties for sale on the new EnviroMINE Real Estate Brokerage page, or search for properties within the entire LoopNet® database. Sellers listing with EnviroMINE will have a dedicated page on the EnviroMINE website to showcase their property.
About EnviroMINE, Inc.
EnviroMINE is a San Diego-based mine consulting firm with over 30 years of experience operating throughout the Western United States, with a second office located in Northern California – Napa. The firm offers a full range of mine permitting and project management services for both the public and private sectors. EnviroMINE leverages its hands-on mining experience while advocating for its clients throughout the entitlement process. The EnviroMINE mission is to provide superior service with quick delivery.
For more information about EnviroMINE’s Real Estate Brokerage Services, contact Damien Galford (CABRE Lic. #01926728) at (707) 253-1723.