Monroe County’s loss is Wayne County’s gain.
Sessler Environmental Services, which has roots in Waterloo, has announced it will move from Rochester to a larger facility on Research Forest Road in Macedon next spring, creating up to 32 new jobs.
Empire State Development (ESD) announced Tuesday that the environmental management and remediation company will move into a 21,000-square-foot renovated building and purchase new machinery and equipment with help from ESD.
The company was founded in 2016 by Brian, Daniel, Jeffrey, Kevin and Nicholas Sessler, children of Sessler Wrecking & Excavating of Waterloo officials Craig and LaVerne Sessler Jr. The Sessler Company was founded in 1958 by LaVerne Sessler Sr. in Waterloo.
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. It specializes in decontamination, decommissioning and demolition work, environmental remediation and disaster relief, along with other services. It was involved in relief work during the devastating flooding in south Seneca County in August 2018.