EFS Announces Hiring of Operations Manager

Eric Likens

WESTFIELD – Environmental Field Services, Inc., a diverse environmental contracting firm, is pleased to announce the hiring of Eric Likens as Operations Manager in its Westfield office. Likens has over twenty-four years of experience in the environmental remediation field, including eight years as Vice President of Focus Contracting, an environmental remediation contracting/demolition firm, along with previous experience at Compass Environmental, HIS Constructors/Heritage Environmental, and Milestone Contractors.

As Operations Manager for Environmental Field Services, Inc., Likens will be responsible for managing all technical, administrative, and operational activities related to remediation and operation & maintenance projects and personnel.

Likens has extensive knowledge of the principals, practices, and techniques of environmental construction including remediation, facility decontamination, groundwater and wastewater treatment system installation and operation, waste management, regulatory compliance and guidance, hazards inherent to environmental and construction work, and related safety measures.

Likens received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Ball State University.

Driven by bold vision and a strong entrepreneurial spirit, Environmental Field Services, Inc. is a diverse environmental contracting firm focused on soil and ground water remediation, subsurface sampling, monitoring well installation, and industrial services. For more information on the company’s products and services, call 317.896.1116 or visit www.envfield.com.


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