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Full-Service Environmental Firm Will Move to Larger Facility in the Town of Macedon and Create up to 32 Jobs

Investment Complements “Finger Lakes Forward” – The Region’s Comprehensive Strategy to Revitalize Communities and Grow the Economy

Empire State Development (ESD) today announced that environmental management and remediation company Sessler Environmental Services will move to a larger facility in the Town of Macedon in Wayne County and will create up to 32 new jobs over the next five years. Citing its rapid growth, the company will move into a 21,000 square-foot building located at 1330 Research Forest in Macedon. The project will include the renovation of the building and the purchase of needed machinery and equipment. Sessler Environmental Services (SES) expects to be operating at the new facility sometime in the spring of 2020.

Empire State Development Acting Commissioner and President & CEO-designate Eric Gertler said, “Sessler Environmental Service’s decision to grow its business is wonderful news for Wayne County. This successful company will be creating new jobs and opportunity in the Finger Lakes region, further building on our strategic efforts that are revitalizing the Upstate economy.”

Founded in 2016 by Brian, Daniel, Jeffrey, Kevin and Nicholas Sessler, SES handles environmental services for clients in the federal, public, and private sectors throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes regions of the United States. SES specializes in decontamination, decommissioning and demolition work, environmental remediation and disaster relief among other services.

President of Sessler Environmental Services Brian Sessler said, “We are very pleased and excited to relocate and expand our company’s operations. This new facility will meet our growing corporate needs and support our client requirements while allowing SES to hire additional staff requirements. We also are very pleased and would like to thank Empire State Development for their assistance.”

ESD is assisting the company with its expansion project through a $250,000 Capital Grant. Up to 32 new jobs will be created;111 jobs will be retained. Wayne County and Greater Rochester Enterprise are also assisting with the project. The total project cost has been placed at a little more than $2.267 million.

State Senator Pamela Helming said, “This is a tremendous step forward for Sessler Environmental Services, Wayne County and the Finger Lakes Region as a whole. This expansion will help our economy grow, create more good paying jobs and strengthen our community. Congratulations to Sessler Environmental Services on this accomplishment.”

State Assemblyman Brian Manktelow said, “It is great news that Sessler Environmental has decided to move its offices to Macedon and commit to adding new jobs. Their proximity to Monroe County will allow Sessler to continue and grow its relationship with operations it has already established there, which will benefit everyone. This is an excellent company. Their quality of work and expertise is well-known in our area and will continue to be a positive asset. I look forward to supporting the company’s endeavor to expand and grow their business in Wayne County and beyond.”

Wayne County Industrial Development Agency CEO & Executive Director Brian Pincelli said, “SES has a history of providing exceptional environmental services across the northeastern United States. We’re excited to see them grow here and appreciate their investment in Wayne County.”

Matt Hurlbutt, president and CEO, Greater Rochester Enterprise said, “Sessler Environmental leaders found a high-quality site in Wayne County’s Macedon to support their unique infrastructure needs. In addition, the strong talent pipeline in manufacturing and engineering in the Greater Rochester, NY region will further accelerate Sessler’s business growth.”

For more information about Sessler Environmental Services, click here.

Accelerating Finger Lakes Forward

Today’s announcement complements “Finger Lakes Forward,” the region’s comprehensive blueprint to generate robust economic growth and community development. The State has already invested more than $6.1 billion in the region since 2012 to lay the groundwork for the plan – investing in key industries including photonics, agriculture‎ and food production, and advanced manufacturing. Today, unemployment is down to the lowest levels since before the Great Recession; personal and corporate income taxes are down; and businesses are choosing places like Rochester, Batavia and Canandaigua as a destination to grow and invest in.

Now, the region is accelerating Finger Lakes Forward with a $500 million State investment through the Upstate Revitalization Initiative, announced by Governor Cuomo in December 2015. The State’s $500 million investment will incentivize private business to invest well over $2.5 billion – and the region’s plan, as submitted, projects up to 8,200 new jobs. More information is available here.​


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