Category: Office News

As 2022 draws to a close, we like to look back on all we’ve accomplished this year as a team. It’s encouraging to witness Memphis’ revitalization, and it’s even more encouraging to be a part of it. Let’s take a look at our work throughout the past year. Wolf River Greenway Phase 14A In May 2022, the Wolf River Crossing, the largest pedestrian bridge over the Wolf River, opened to the public. Tioga provided environmental permitting and developed erosion co... Read More
Posted by Carlee Smith at Dec 1
New year, new faces! We’d like to introduce you to Karim Bouzeid and Donny White, who recently joined the Tioga family. As Tioga continues to grow, so does our roster of knowledgeable professionals who are eager to serve our clients. Karim and Donny bring that needed range of experience to our team, from subsurface investigations to hazardous materials. Keep reading to learn more about their expertise! Karim Bouzeid, geologist With Karim on our team, we’re proud to share that Ti... Read More
Posted by Christina Babu at Jan 17
We’re honored to share that president Larkin Myers has been named a 2021 Super Woman in Business by the Memphis Business Journal. If you’ve ever worked with Larkin, you’re well aware of her superhero status, but we’re still thrilled to see her honored with this prestigious award. Larkin joined Tioga in 2011, and after only a year of service, she became vice president and part owner before ultimately transitioning to president in 2020. In addition to her day-to-day l... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at Jun 23
We're excited to welcome Brandon King and Allie Barnett to our team! King joins as a project coordinator and Barnett as an environmental scientist.  “Brandon and Allie both exemplify a strong background and enthusiasm for serving the environment,” said Larkin Myers, president of Tioga. “They possess the necessary skills and knowledge to develop ideal solutions on future projects that equally meet client goals, align with environmental regulations and protect... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at Jun 18
We're thrilled to welcome a new member to the Tioga team, Joe Littlefield! As program manager, Joe will oversee inspection services related to indoor air quality, asbestos and lead for building projects in Memphis and across the Mid-South.   “Joe’s passion for problem-solving and experience in technical projects and client relations makes him an asset to our team,” said Larkin Myers, president of Tioga. “He’s able to see the big picture, create s... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at May 12
We're excited to announce the full-time hiring of Alwyn Ambrose and Raymonde “Ramie” Bell. Serving as engineer interns, a professional path for an engineering graduate to earn a professional engineer license, both employees will assist our engineers in evaluating facilities and assisting them to ensure they are operating in compliance with local, state and federal environmental regulations. “Alwyn and Ramie have shown great passion and eagerness for preserving the env... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at Jun 22
We're excited to announce the newest addition to our team, April Cameron! She'll be serving as an environmental scientist. Passionate about keeping the environment clean and safe for her community, Cameron brings three years of hazardous waste and emergency response experience to Tioga. In her new role, Cameron will perform Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments to investigate potential environmental contamination on properties across the Mid-South. Previously, she ser... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at May 7
We started this series in 2019 in honor of our 10-year anniversary. Time truly does fly! We’re grateful to each and every one of you who allows us to do what we love every single day. Without you, Tioga Environmental Consultants would not be here. To conclude our “Top 10 with Tioga” series, we wanted to share why we’re different from other firms and what makes Tioga a special firm to have by your side for your next project. 1. We’re passionate.... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at May 1
As defined by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, industrial hygiene is the science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluation and controlling workplace conditions that may cause worker injury or illness. Below are the most frequent hygiene issues encountered at facilities. 1. Air contaminants Air contaminants are the most considered problem in relation to industrial hygiene. They can take the form of particulates, gases or vapors and include dusts, fumes, mists, aerosols... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at Apr 1