Stacy W. Hastie - Principal

Chief Executive Officer – Environmental Risk Transfer, LLC.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer – Environmental Operations, Inc.

Mr. Hastie possesses over 28 years of experience in the environmental services industry. Mr. Hastie’s experience includes the management and/or assumption of environmental liabilities in a number of significant real estate redevelopment projects with a market value exceeding two billion dollars   His development participation includes the determination of cost-effective alternatives for high-profile and large environmental/demolition projects.  Mr. Hastie’s understanding of the construction and financing aspects of real estate development enables him to develop cost-effective remedial solutions for environmental liabilities encountered during real estate transactions. His area of expertise includes the following:

  • Brownfield Tax Credit Programs            
  • Asbestos/Lead Abatement and Management
  • Soil Remediation/Site Closures
  • Regulatory Negotiations
  • Environmental Demolition       
  • Real Estate Development
  • Environmental Risk Management 
  • New Market Tax Credits   

Mr Hastie attended Murray State University in Murray, KY receiving his BS in Accounting and MS in Occupational Safety and Health (Emphasis in Industrial Hygiene and Environmental Studies) in 1990 and 1992 respectively.  In 1992 EOI hired Mr. Hastie to spearhead the startup of a new consulting and engineering division, which has grown into a core business for EOI.  In 1997, Mr. Hastie was a member of an investment group that purchased the company, and, in November 2002, he bought out the investment group, becoming the principal owner for EOI.  Mr. Hastie successfully managed EOI’s first environmental liability project in 1999 and has been actively conducting real estate development projects since 2004.

Mr. Hastie supports many charitable causes, is a member of the St. Anthony’s Medical Center Board of Directors and is a past Regional Chairman for Central US Young President’s Organization.