Field Foods Comes to Lafayette Square

November 12th, 2013

Field Foods Comes to Lafayette Square Currently under construction, a new local foods store will open in early 2014 next to the Walgreens on Lafayette as part of the redevelopment of the former City Hospital site. Stocking food from local farmers/producers as well as popular brands, the store will also feature a wine and beer…Continue Reading


November 12th, 2013

JON TRUESDALE OF ENVIRONMENTAL OPERATIONS, INC. RECEIVES PROFESSIONAL GEOLOGIST LICENSES Please join EOI in congratulating Jon Truesdale on becoming a Licensed Professional Geologist and Registered Geologist in the States of Illinois and Missouri, respectively.  Requiring at least three years of experience and extensive testing, these registrations allow Mr. Truesdale to engage in the practice of…Continue Reading

Changes Coming to the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Standards

June 7th, 2013

The current Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard was last revised in 2005 and is currently referenced as ASTM E 1527-05.  The current Phase I ESA standard’s 8-year shelf life is coming to an end and ASTM has drafted multiple revisions. Once the revisions have been approved…Continue Reading

EOI presents for RCGA’s Green Business Challenge

June 7th, 2013

Members of the EOI Green Team, Dee Stenger Allison and Julie Gibbs-Alley, made a presentation at the May Green Business Challenge meeting. Topic: No-Waste Events. Planned with the help of EOI’s Green Team, EOI’s 2012 Company Picnic at Queeny Park generated no waste–all food scraps, napkins, plates, etc. were composted with the help of Blue…Continue Reading

June 28th, 2012

June 5, 2012 EOI & SHIVELY NOW UNIFIED UNDER ONE NAME: ENVIRONMENTAL OPERATIONS, INC. In 2009, EOI expanded its capabilities significantly with the acquisition of Shively Geotechnical Inc., which included Shively’s offices in Fairview Heights and Peoria, Ill. EOI decided to keep the Shively name for a time, due to their strong brand identity and…Continue Reading


March 8th, 2012

February 13, 2012 MARY JUAN, P.E., CHMM JOINS ENVIRONMENTAL OPERATIONS, INC. EOI is pleased to welcome Mary Juan to our professional consulting staff.. A Professional Engineer and a Certified Hazardous Material Manager, Ms. Juan joins EOI’s environmental compliance group as Environmental Engineer. Possessing solid experience with the Clean Water Act, storm water management, and NPDES…Continue Reading

Environmental Operations, Inc. Named First Place Specialty Contractor

December 2nd, 2011

Environmental Operations, Inc, was named First Place Specialty Contractor in the Environmental Remediation & Demolition discipline at the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of St. Louis 2011 Construction Industry Awards gala. The general contractor members of the AGC chose the Specialty Contractors based on timeliness in regard to completion of project(s), ability to stay within budget,…Continue Reading

Environmental Operations, Inc. & St. Louis County Port Authority Win Phoenix Award

May 16th, 2011

The partnership of Environmental Operations, Inc. and the St. Louis County Port Authority has been awarded the Phoenix Award for EPA Region 7 for the Lemay Riverfront Redevelopment project in Lemay, St. Louis County, Missouri. The Phoenix Awards recognize outstanding national Brownfield revitalization projects based on five criteria: magnitude of the project, innovative techniques, solutions…Continue Reading

EOI Supports Graybar’s Lead On A New Jersey Sustainable Project

November 9th, 2009

Environmental Operations, Inc., of St. Louis has completed an environmental consulting project for Graybar Electric Company, Inc., allowing Graybar to take the lead in leasing a new, sustainable, 136,000-square-foot service center in Carteret, N.J. It will serve as a full-service logistics center and as the primary shipping location for Graybar in the New York and…Continue Reading

Redeveloping Brownfields in St. Louis: Making redevelopment possible in St. Louis

November 1st, 2009

November/December 2009 Midwest Real Estate News Large parcels of perfectly located but abandoned Brownfields sites are finally being re-developed after long-time industrial uses, thanks to forward-thinking and careful financial arrangements available to property owners throughout the Midwest. One example of this trend involves three sites situated close to each other along the Mississippi River at…Continue Reading