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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORTING

Staff at DuBois and Associates have the proven experience and unique ability to tackle the challenges of project evaluation and impact assessment in order to meet specific regulatory requirements within the framework of accomplishing the desired project goals.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORTING

Staff at DuBois and Associates have the proven experience and unique ability to tackle the challenges of project evaluation and impact assessment in order to meet applicable regulatory requirements within the framework of accomplishing the desired project goals.

Under current Federal, state, and local regulations, Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) are required to accompany applications for many types of development.  An EIS should accurately assess existing site and regional conditions, and include a comprehensive evaluation of anticipated impacts of the proposed activity not only on the natural environment, but on a wide range of social, economic, historic, and archaeological factors as well.

Scientists at DuBois and Associates multi-disciplinary expertise is well suited to the complex task of identifying and analyzing site-specific soils, vegetation, wildlife, air, noise, geology, water quality, land use, and other important factors on which approvals are dependent.  Particular emphasis is placed on alternative analysis, minimizing unavoidable impacts, and demonstrating compliance with the standards or policies in effect.  

A Preliminary Environmental Assessment and Inventory Report is always recommended in the earliest stages of project design and site selection in order to identify environmental constraints. An Environmental Impact Statement will be required for final site plan approval, and will require a thorough, accurate, and reliable assessment for regulatory review, comment and approval.  The report must be prepared, documented, and submitted in the proper format according to the reviewing agency's specific regulations, inclusive of a Municipal Land Use Ordinance or Federal NEPA guidelines.

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Bryon DuBois      bdubois@denviro.com

Denise DuBois    ddubois@denviro.com
Amy Jones            ajones@denviro.com

Anthony Silva      asilva@denviro.com

Kristin Wildman  kwildman@denviro.com

 

Projects

Transmission Line Upgrades, A.C Electric Co.
Several Locations, NJ.

PHI Mid-Atlantic Power Pathway (MAPP) Project Eastern Shore Maryland

Special Olympics of New Jersey Athletic Facility – Mercer County, New Jersey

Route 301 Expansion Project
Section 29E and 29W, New Castle County, DE

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