Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Compliance
Environmental Studies & Permitting
Natural & Cultural Resources
Evaluating and mitigating the impact of a project on environmental and cultural resources is a key step for every project, large or small. We have assembled specialized teams that can assess your project’s effects and help you keep it moving forward — with no surprises.
Our specialists can complete the necessary studies to determine any concerns, find alternate routes around sensitive or historical areas, develop conservation plans and implement protective measures as needed.
Among our specialties:
From aquatic and ecological studies to awareness of cultural concerns and protected species, we have the archaeologists, biologists, hydrologists, wetland scientists and engineers to address every challenge — both scientific and policy-related — to provide compliance with federal and state requirements so your project can advance.
Our experience includes addressing the requirements of a broad range of wetland regulations, including those associated with navigable waterways, the Clean Water Act (Section 404), the Rivers & Harbors Act (Section 10), as well as other federal, state and local regulations.
Your project may also benefit from an impact offset solution. We can help you establish a mitigation bank or purchase credits through an existing wetland bank or conservation bank. We consult with you to determine the best path forward, including an analysis of your project to determine the types of impacts likely to be generated and appropriate mitigation to offset those impacts.
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