A Message from the Chairman of the Board
Welcome to the CSS-Dynamac website, reflecting the combined services and capabilities of Consolidated Safety Services, Inc. (CSS) and its wholly owned subsidiary, Dynamac Corporation (Dynamac). In 1988, I co-founded CSS with the vision of combining the rapid advances occurring in technology with a fundamental understanding of scientific principles to promote and ensure a healthier and safer environment. We adopted the motto, “Scientific Minds, Common Sense Solutions” because it highlights the scientific approach we bring to our clients’ concerns. Through time, we have expanded the services we offer and have diversified the customers we serve, and I am pleased and proud that we have remained true to our vision.
The acquisition of Dynamac in May, 2010 was an important milestone in our growth, creating even more capabilities for serving our clients. It was also personally rewarding in another way, as Dynamac shared our corporate values and approach to customer service, a fact I well understood having worked directly for Dynamac’s founder early in my professional career. Our common values, staff disciplines, and shared experiences now allow CSS and Dynamac to function seamlessly as an integrated enterprise going forward.
The creativity, enthusiasm, and commitment of our talented staff have made it possible for CSS-Dynamac to make a positive difference in our world. I am confident that together we will be in the vanguard of environmental, safety & health solution providers for many years to come. Thank you for visiting our website.
Jolanda Janczewski, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Chairman of the Board
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