Allied traces its origins to a premier engineering consulting firm in Wichita, Kansas. In the late 1980s, the firm noticed increasing requests for environmental services from their clients. To meet these requests, the firm formed an environmental department in 1989 by hiring a small number of highly experienced professionals. The service records of these early employees represented a collective 135 years of experience in diverse areas of groundwater remediation, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, civil engineering / construction, manufacturing, and environmental property assessments.
In 1993, the engineering firm developed the department into a wholly owned subsidiary, officially calling the new company Allied Environmental Consultants, Incorporated. The new company achieved success in the early 1990s by procuring a hazardous waste management and safety contract with Boeing on chemical process line demolition projects. Allied distinguished itself in the area of solid waste management, when it consulted on and prepared some of the first regional solid waste management plans accepted by the State of Kansas. Another early success came when an international container corporation selected Allied to consult on a Superfund site located in South Central Kansas. Between 1993 and 1997, Allied added services related to the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Oil Pollution Prevention Act. The engineering firm sold the company to the current employees in 1997.
Allied is managed by a Board of Directors, all of which are professional engineers or professional geologists. We maintain an open business culture that allows every employee the opportunity to “know the numbers,” finding that this results in keeping our overhead low and our projects on track. Finally, our vision and principals have successfully resulted in a large group of loyal clients who know that we are only a phone call away and always ready to respond to their needs.