A Denver-based environmental consulting firm that has done work for Boulder County and the University of Colorado at Boulder has filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
According to the online business news service BusinessDen, SJR Environmental Consulting has inspected sites as varied as the Colorado State Capitol Building and future King Soopers supermarkets. The 6-year-old firm filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy on Sept. 9.
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Its court filings showed $2 million in liabilities and assets of $150,000. Most of the assets were accounts receivable. Other court documents show that the company has been sued five times in the past year.
Elizabeth Bayer founded SJR Environmental Consulting in 2011, BusinessDen reported. Before SJR, Bayer worked for Family Environmental, another Denver consulting firm. She holds a doctorate in International Environment Law from the University of Hull in England, according to her LinkedIn profile.
SJR’s services included testing for asbestos, lead and mold, stormwater/wastewater management and construction-feasibility studies.