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Tobey Heater Named Vice President at OES

Oklahoma City, OK (June 5, 2020) – Oklahoma Environmental Services (OES) has promoted Tobey Heater to Vice President.  Heater has been with the company for over 10 years and has been serving as Field Manager and overseeing operations and construction.  He has over 20 years of experience in environmental services.

He is a licensed remediation consultant, licensed underground petroleum storage tank remover and licensed environmental driller.  Heater has conducted numerous Environmental Site Assessments (Phase I, II, and III), subsurface investigations, tank removals and remediation throughout Oklahoma.

He is accustomed to working with all regulatory agencies; local, state and federal levels and manages the field activities for coordination with state and local regulators, works on client development and develops written plans to facilitate the coordination of on-site activities.

“It pleases us to announce the promotion of Tobey Heater to Vice President.  Tobey has the most admirable work ethic, pleasantly surprising me every time by striving to always do better,”  said Deanna Atkinson, President of OES.  “His background in environmental services gives him an overall understanding of how to improve and help lead our company.”

 

About Oklahoma Environmental Services:

Oklahoma Environmental Services (OES), a multi-faceted environmental service and consulting firm, providing a complete range of environmental and compliance services by licensed professionals utilizing innovative technologies.  OES has a professional staff of environmental scientists, geologists, engineers and technicians working to solve your environmental needs.  OES is licensed as remediation consultants in Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas.  Visit online at www.oeservices.net.

 

Tobey Heater Named Vice President at OES2020-07-08T20:40:56+00:00

Cherise Bowens Named Treasurer of Oklahoma Environmental Services

Oklahoma City, OK (June 5, 2020) – Oklahoma Environmental Services (OES) has announced the promotion of Cherise Bowens to the position of Treasurer within the company.  She oversees finance and accounting operations for OES and serves as the secretary for its Board of Directors.

“I am pleased to announce the promotion of Cherise Bowens to the position of Treasurer.   She brings not only a wealth of experience to our accounting operations, but she also embraces technology.  Cherise was instrumental in our recent conversion to a new enterprise accounting/project management software system,” said Deanna Atkinson, President of OES.

Bowens provides general financial oversight of accounting and finance operations, provides reporting for executive management, manages the financial risk of the company, and manages the firm’s cash, liquid and fixed assets.

She has over 10 years of experience providing accounting, finance, and banking support to business organizations ranging from small, entrepreneurial businesses to large, multinational corporations.  Bowens has served as a lead accountant for many functional areas of accounting and previously served as an auditor in public accounting for a greater metro OKC public accounting firm.

“I am excited about the prospect of leveraging technology across the firm to identify and explore opportunities for growth and efficiency in the short-term and long-term for OES,” said Bowens.

 

About Oklahoma Environmental Services:

Oklahoma Environmental Services (OES), a multi-faceted environmental service and consulting firm, providing a complete range of environmental and compliance services by licensed professionals using innovative technologies.  OES has a professional staff of environmental scientists, geologists, engineers and technicians working to solve your environmental needs.  OES is licensed as remediation consultants in Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas.  Visit online at www.oeservices.net.

Cherise Bowens Named Treasurer of Oklahoma Environmental Services2020-07-08T20:38:44+00:00

Special Update 3/18/20 – OES is still open for business

During this challenging time, OES is open for business. Please be assured that the health and wellbeing of our employees, our clients, and our community remain our top priority. We have adjusted to implement best practices recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

OES is still available to perform field work and equipment testing services to support our clients with their environmental and compliance needs. Our environmental case management continues as OES project managers work remotely and remain available to clients and the regulatory community.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please reach out to your project manager or a member of our team at 888-584-3386. Their phone extensions are:
100   Deanna Atkinson – President
120   Cherise Bowens – Accounting
116   Terri Roberts – SIR/Compliance
109   Tobey Heater – Field Manager/Construction
103   Miranda Lenocker – Tank, Line, etc. Testing
119   Mike Bolz – Hydrologist, Enid
117   Dona Crouch – Project Manager, OKC
104   Kyle Blankenship – Project Manager, Tulsa
107   Erica Henry – Project Manager, Tulsa
118   Ben Fick – ESAs, SPCCs, Asbestos
125   Hayley Cooney – Project Manager, Tulsa
Please know we’re thinking of you during this difficult time! We hope you remain healthy during this pandemic. To help ease the financial burden being placed on small businesses, OES is extending a 10% discount on all our equipment testing services. Call Miranda, ext. 103, to schedule.

Sincerely,
OES Staff

Special Update 3/18/20 – OES is still open for business2020-03-23T23:45:05+00:00

Job Opening – Full Time Environmental Project Manager

Work with OES!

Oklahoma Environmental Services is pleased to provide online employment applications. Click on the link below to access our form. Please include any additional pertinent information along with a resume and submit to our HR Department. One of our professional staff members will contact you regarding any career opportunities available at that time.


Posted 11/13/19

FULL TIME ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT MANAGER

Job Opening- Full time environmental project manager position in Tulsa and OKC available. Experience with leaking underground petroleum storage tanks preferred but not required. Bachelor’s degree in geology, environmental science, earth science or engineering required.

ADP Long Application (pdf)

Job Opening – Full Time Environmental Project Manager2019-11-13T18:42:03+00:00

Oklahoma Environmental Services, Inc. to Move to New Campus in Northeast Oklahoma City

For Immediate Release

May 28, 2019

Deanna Atkinson, REM, CSEM

405.605.1720 EXT. 100

OKLAHOMA CITY—Summit Holdings, Inc. dba Oklahoma Environmental Services (OES), celebrated the upcoming move to their new OKC campus on Thursday, May 2 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly constructed warehouse and groundbreaking ceremony for their new office.

The ribbon cutting ceremony was conducted by representatives of OKC Black Chamber of Commerce including Eran Harril, Terri Owens, and Joel Pendarvis. Special thank you for the following community leaders for also being in attendance and making the OES event successful: Senator George Young Sr., Representative Jason Lowe, Councilwoman Nikki Nice, Shamia Jackson; community outreach specialist for Congresswoman Kendra Horn and J.D. Baker; special assistant to Mayor Holt’s office. Catering was provided by Ray’s Skillet.

“We are excited about the upcoming completion of our Corporate Office and look forward to being part of the Northeast OKC renaissance and contributing to our local community.” said OES President Deanna Atkinson.

OES is a multi-faceted environmental service and consulting firm, providing a complete range of environmental and compliance services by licensed professionals utilizing innovative technologies. They have offices in Tulsa, Enid, and the corporate office is currently located on North Classen Boulevard in Oklahoma City.

OES’s new location is 2424 N Kelley Blvd. For more information, visit oeservices.net or contact Deanna Atkinson at 405.605.1720 ext. 100.

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Oklahoma Environmental Services, Inc. to Move to New Campus in Northeast Oklahoma City2019-06-03T16:36:48+00:00

Invitation

Oklahoma Environmental Services, Inc. invites you to attend the ground breaking celebration of their new corporate office complex in Oklahoma City’s Northeast Renaissance District.

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Noon-2:00 p.m. | Networking Lunch 2:00 p.m.

Warehouse Ribbon Cutting &
Ground Breaking of Corporate Office

2424 North Kelley Blvd, Oklahoma City
NE 23rd & Kelley Blvd
RSVP by Tuesday, April 30 to events@factor110.com

Invitation2019-04-15T23:58:29+00:00

OES to test soil, groundwater

Oklahoma Environmental Services announced Wednesday the testing of soil and groundwater at 55 petroleum storage tank sites across Oklahoma, including Enid and the surrounding area.

The tank sites, registered as “temporarily out of use,” will be tested for potential leakage. They currently don’t meet Environmental Protection Agency’s guidelines either because of not meeting upgrade requirements for continued use or they have not been permanently closed to EPA standards, according to OES.

Recently, Oklahoma Corporation Commission solicited bids from environmental consultants to conduct the sampling effort to determine if any of the tanks have previously leaked. OES won the bid to perform testing, and will begin at each site by drilling either 5 feet or 20 feet below the surface to collect soil and groundwater samples.

If contamination is found, pending eligibility, an available state fund is open to help with required follow-up actions, according to OES.

In a similar situation in 2015, OES examined a site in Okmulgee formerly known as Catfish George’s Place, where former convenience store owner George LeGrand had tanks on his property needing to be removed, but was worried about it being costly. OES approached LeGrand and helped to resolve the storage tank issue.

“Our commitment is to work as aggressively as possible to resolve cases and secure the environmental safety of the communities we serve,” said OES President Deanna Atkinson. “And getting to represent the best interest of clients like Mr. LeGrand is just icing on the cake.”

OES has offices in Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Enid, and completes field work and remediation with in-house consultants and field technicians.

All 55 site assessments are scheduled for completion by May 15.

For information about the investigation, OES can be reached at (888) 584-3386 or by visiting https://www.oeservices.net/

Article by Ryan Miller of the Enid News & Eagle

OES to test soil, groundwater2018-09-18T19:28:24+00:00

News 9 Reports: OES hires Tobey Heater

OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Tobey Heater recently joined the Oklahoma Environmental Services (OES) team as a project manager, specializing in environmental remediation. Heater, a licensed consultant, works on behalf of petroleum storage tank owners, the oil and gas industry and other businesses to coordinate with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission and the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality to meet state requirements for site clean-ups.

“We work with clients in all phases of the compliance process, from the investigation to clean-up and closure,” said Heater.

He contributes diverse experience to OES specifically in the areas of property development and redevelopment of properties that have a historic impact.

OES is a full-service environmental consulting firm celebrating its 15th anniversary in the environmental compliance and remediation industry. The firm has four Oklahoma locations: Enid, Moore, Oklahoma City and Tulsa. For more information on site clean-up or environmental regulations, contact Heater at Tobey.Heater@OEServices.net or 888-584-3386.

News 9 Reports: OES hires Tobey Heater2018-09-18T19:27:47+00:00

OES Welcomes Dona Crouch

OKLAHOMA CITY – Dona Crouch recently joined the Oklahoma Environmental Services (OES) team as a project manager, with seventeen years of experience in oil and gas exploration and over twenty years of experience in the environmental consulting field.  Working with a broad diversity of oil and gas, industrial, and commercial clients, she has extensive field and management experience in site assessments for property transactions and in investigations relating to contaminant source identification and delineation, comprehensive through the design and implementation of remedial activities. Ms. Crouch specializes in meeting the environmental and regulatory service needs of the oil and gas industry and petroleum storage tank owners.

In addition to being a licensed consultant with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission Petroleum Storage Division, she has extensive experience in dealing with the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality and with the state regulatory agencies in Texas, New Mexico, and Kansas.

OES is a full-service environmental consulting firm celebrating its 15th anniversary in the environmental compliance and remediation industry. The firm has four Oklahoma locations: Enid, Moore, Oklahoma City and Tulsa. For more information on site clean-up or environmental regulations, contact Dona at Dona.Crouch@OEServices.net or 888-584-3386.

OES Welcomes Dona Crouch2018-09-18T19:26:29+00:00