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A leading environmental consulting group offering a diverse range of hazardous material, environmental, occupational and laboratory services.

Our portfolio of businesses is focused on providing cost effective, innovative, real world solutions. Our goal is to raise the bar and set the standard for future consulting and laboratory service providers.


From asbestos and laboratory testing to contaminated land investigations, Octief has services to assist your business.

Whether you are a domestic home owner, a small business, or a multinational resource giant… OCTIEF will not judge you. Our professional staff will offer you a level of service that is second to none.


Our list of projects demonstrates our team’s ability to provide our clients with high end level service for projects of any scale.

Since our beginning, OCTIEF has built our reputation on delivering excellent project outcomes at extremely cost effective rates. We offer clients the benefit of obtaining a local service from a national organization.


OCTIEF’s wide range of services enables us to facilitate projects across all major industry sectors. Talk to us about your sector.

OCTIEF currently provides a broad range of services to industry sectors including: education, commercial and residential real estate, retail, energy, resources, water, construction, healthcare and Government.



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