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Navigating the growing and constantly changing world of environmental regulations requires not only understanding how projects impact plant and animal species, but the creativity to find solutions that balance the needs of both the human and natural environments.

Our ability to provide successful environmental analysis and documentation has made us a go-to source for not only environmental services, but also for training and educational materials for agencies, designers, and contractors on environmental documentation, permitting, and endangered species.


I-69 Tier 1, Environmental Impact Studies
2005  Top 10 NEPA Documents, AASHTO Standing Committee on the Environment

Cited as one of the top ten examples of best practice nationwide. According to the study, the document “illustrates how a complex and potentially overwhelming project with multiple impacts on multiple potential alignments over a very large study area can be analyzed in a relatively succinct manner.”


Tell City Drainage Improvements
Tell City, Indiana

US 68 / KY 80 Environmental Assessment
Marshall & Trigg Counties, Kentucky

Prophetstown State Park Mitigation
Tippecanoe County, Indiana

Karst Feature Evaluation & Documentation
Southern & Central Indiana

indiana batI-69 Bat Studies
Southwestern Indiana

66 Corridor Study
Southern Illinois

Big Four Bridge Approach Ramp Environmental Assessment
Jeffersonville, Indiana