EOI was the prime contractor for the site characterization and remediation of 24 former MGP sites. Scopes of Work varied at each site, but in most every case involved extensive site sampling, development and installation of temporary fabric structures and air filtration systems, and remediation. A number of sites required pre-demo asbestos inspections, abatement, and demolition.
In 2005 Solutia shut down operations at the 38-acre Queeny Plant after operating as a chemical manufacturing facility for 104 years. Although situated on 38 acres in a desirable location less than a half mile from Downtown St. Louis, with river and rail access, the site has remained vacant, likely due to Solutia’s 100-year environmental legacy.
The National Geospatial Agency (NGA) has chosen to relocate from South St. Louis to approximately 100 acres of mixed-use residential, commercial, and industrial property in near north St. Louis City. While keeping the jobs in St. Louis is of vital importance to the City, presenting the NGA with a clean, construction-ready site is an expensive and formidable challenge on many levels. The City has engaged EOI to assist with this challenge.
Encompassing portions of three municipalities in northern St. Louis County, the 550-acre NorthPark redevelopment is a result of the partnership of two major developers, St. Louis City and County, and the State of Missouri.
The site of the 151-acre, proposed Hazelwood Logistics Center is in a prime location near Interstate 70 at Lindbergh Boulevard and Missouri Bottom Road. The site was previously plagued with environmental concerns, chief among them an illegal landfill west of Fee Fee Road.