St. Louis / St. Charles

Missouri Operations Center

70 Corporate Hills Drive
Suite 103
St. Charles, MO  63301
636-925-5300
800-530-2609

 

FAMS opened its Missouri call center in 2005 with capacity for up to 300 seats. As the secondary center for the Department of Education contract, the location meets all federal security requirements. Consistent with FAMS multi-skill call center philosophy, the St. Charles center manages a wide variety of clients and account types.

 

Directions From The Airport

  • Take I-70 West to I-270 North.
  • Take exit 22 onto MO-370 West.
  • Take exit 7 onto MO-94/North 3rd Street.
  • Make a left onto Little Hills Expressway, then right onto Corporate Hills Drive.

St. Louis River Front at Dusk

St. Louis is the only major city to have been founded by a 14-year-old boy—Auguste Chouteau—who undertook the task at the request of his patron, Pierre Laclede Liguest.

The first Olympics held in the United States occurred in St. Louis in 1904.

The St. Louis Zoo was the first municipally supported zoo in the world and a pioneer in the use of open enclosures, placing animals in natural environments without bars.

The Eads Bridge over the Mississippi River was the first arched steel truss bridge in the world. When it was first proposed, it was scoffed at as impossible to build.  Completed in 1874, it is still in use today. 

St. Louis boasts more free major visitor attractions than anywhere in the U.S. outside of the nation’s capital.