This Is
St. Louis

4848 Park 370 Boulevard, Suite F
Hazelwood, MO 63042
(314) 656-4566

Kevin Kamp
Kevin Kamp

Office Lead

(314) 656-4570

St. Louis Office

CEC St. Louis was established in 2001 with an initial focus on environmental site assessment. In 2005, we grew our service offerings to include environmental remedial design and remediation oversight, ambient air sampling, air source testing, and environmental compliance. Soon after, we added civil engineering services, and expanded our air quality services for clients in electric generation and utilities. 2013 marked a significant expansion of multiple practices serving solid waste clients as well as the beginning of providing engineering and environmental services support to the mining industry. We soon added ecological services. In 2018, we established a presence and office space in the Kansas City area. Today, the growth continues, and we take pride in the breadth of services we offer to our strong client base in the real estate, mining, manufacturing, solid waste, public sector, and power markets.


CEC St. Louis culture is a supportive, personal small-firm feel. The mix of seasoned, experienced consultants and younger professionals creates an environment to mentor, collaborate, and learn from one another with a common goal: success for each other as well as for our clients. We organize regular employee activities such as potluck lunches, the annual Chili Cook-Off, and an annual Christmas party. We also like to have personal and fun connections with our clients—ask us about our annual Cardinals baseball game outing!


CEC St. Louis is committed to giving back to the community. Around Thanksgiving, we collect food for the St. Louis Food Bank. Around Christmastime, we collect items for Toys for Tots or similar initiatives, such as the Salvation Army’s “Adopt a Family” program. Aside from holiday activities, we support events at the Sparrow’s Nest, a local maternity home; donate to local high school robotics programs; hold a one-day mentoring event for local high school engineering students; and participate in a wetland stream cleanup program.