We make epoxy coatings and positive impacts.
Warren Environmental is a company with a passion for manufacturing superior epoxy coatings that protect our planet, its infrastructure, and the people who use our products. That is what drives us and always will.
COMMITTED TO doing what’s right.
Danny Warren founded Warren Environmental in 1996 with the idea that epoxy coatings should be safe for people and the environment. It was, and is, a novel idea for the industry. Learn about Warren’s history and commitment to doing what’s right by our customers, applicators, and the environment.
Driven to protect communities and our planet.
Warren Environmental’s leaders instill a “people and planet-first” philosophy every day with a focus on quality in everything we do. These individuals are also the authorities in the industry. They are not afraid to challenge the status quo of infrastructure rehabilitation and protection. Better yet, they thrive on it.
Co-Founder & PresidentView Bio
In 1996, Danny Warren forever changed the epoxy lining business. He founded Warren Environmental on the idea that epoxy coatings should be safe for people and the environment.
Danny invented and patented the first successful process for spraying plural component epoxies in their solvent-free form. Danny removed the need for dangerous solvents and paved the way for superior, non-hazardous epoxy linings.
Danny is a practiced inventor, educator, inspector, and field technician with over 40 years of experience. Today, he leads our research and development of new products and technologies and educates the world on what’s possible with epoxy linings.Contact
Co-Founder & Vice PresidentView Bio
Since our founding in 1996, Jane Warren has a hand in all aspects of Warren Environmental’s business and has helped us become the company we are today.
Jane is responsible for compliance with ISO 9001 quality control programing, maintenance and updating of SDS sheets and products labeling, preparing testing documents and formulations for NSF compliance, and new product testing.Contact
Greg is responsible for the leadership, organization and management of Warren Environmental. He leads our strategic initiatives and is responsible for the overall success of our company. Greg ensures that our team members adhere to Warren’s core values, that our products adhere to strict quality and safety standards, and that our projects are completed on time, as promised, and with no negative impacts.
Greg’s prior experience includes seven years with Garney Construction starting in 1986. He returned to Garney in 2004 after several years running the Atlanta operations of a major heavy civil contractor. Greg joined Warren Environmental in 2018 after playing a major role in its acquisition.Contact
Vice PresidentView Bio
Brian is responsible for the overall management of Warren Environmental and its successes, including ensuring that team members have needed resources and act with integrity, upholding the strict quality and safety standards that our business was built on.
Brian began in the construction industry in 1998 and has extensive experience building relationships across the US with Federal, state, and local government entities. He has demonstrated expertise with territory management, strategic planning, and estimating.Contact
CFO EmeritusView Bio
Jeff is responsible for organizing and directing the work of accounting personnel. Responsibilities include the development, implementation, and administration of accounting policies and maintaining internal controls.
Jeff graduated from Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri in May 1983 with a Liberal Arts degree in Accounting, Economics, and Business Administration. Jeff was an auditor with McDonnell Douglas and then spent several years as the Vice President of Finance at a Kansas City grocery company. He joined Garney Construction in May of 1994 and Warren Environmental after its acquisition in 2018.Contact
PROTECT YOUR ASSETS, STARTING NOW.
Warren Environmental is the only company whose epoxies can be spray applied in just one timesaving coat and increase an asset’s service life by an estimated 75 years.