March Of Dimes

Volunteer Month/ Employee Highlight. On April 22nd, Joanne Reno, Senior Engineer at Professional Environmental Engineers, and her team joined over 200 communities across the country to walk, celebrate and raise funds for stronger, healthier babies for the March of Dimes March for Babies. She has been an avid volunteer and fundraiser for the organization for over 17 years. "I had my own Christmas miracle! My oldest, Dylan, was born via emergency c-section December 25, 1999, 10 weeks premature, weighing three…

Giving Back to the Community

Professional Environmental Engineers employees bought supplies and assembled 35 Easter gift bags for resident youth at St. Vincent Home for Children. 

Missouri Department of Natural Resources Award

PE was recently awarded a 3-year, $250K, time-and-materials contract with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) to provide Investigation/Assessment and Remediation Document Review Services. The contract includes supplying the MDNR Tanks Section with a part-time registered geologist (and other technical personnel) to provide document reviews and technical support at underground storage tank (UST) sites throughout the state. Work is conducted to assist MDNR project/site managers with catching up on backlogged caseloads and to provide technical expertise for sites with…

Professional Environmental Engineers, Inc. participates in Wash U’s Engineering Mentor Program

November 21, 2016. Filippe Cade, Chief Engineer for PE and engineering graduate from Washington University in St. Louis (Wash U), is participating again in the Wash U Engineering Mentor Program. Filippe’s mentee, Samantha Wang (pictured above with Mr. Cade), visited PE’s St. Louis office and shadowed the PE engineers to get insight into the daily tasks and activities of an environmental engineer. The program runs from October 2016 through April 2017.

Professional Environmental Engineers, Inc. joins the USGBC MO-Gateway Chapter Green School Quest Program

September 22, 2015 Rachel McShane, a LEED Green Associate for PE, will be a Green Mentor for a local St. Louis County school as part of the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC’s) Quest Program.The program runs from October 2015 through early March 2016, and Rachel’s team (at her designated school) will compete, per documentation of their 6 month efforts, for prizes. Best wishes to Rachel and her team.