Building and Structures
The variety of environmental challenges which any building and structure construction project faces today can be overwhelming. These challenges include obtaining approved plans, construction scheduling, managing contractors and subcontractors and coordinating with the project team including owners, engineers, subcontractors - that’s why overarching service is crucial to project success. Integrating engineering and environmental constraints from the initial planning stages to the construction permitting and land development phase is essential to completing a project within budget and regulatory compliance. With careful and early consideration of environmental impacts and management practices required to protect resources (as required by local, state and federal regulatory agencies) - such as those associated with rare and endangered species, cultural resources, wetlands and surface water quality under federal and state jurisdiction - costly redesign, agency permit fees, mitigation requirements and potential fines can be minimized.
ECORP Consulting's expert staff of project managers, water resource specialists, land use planners, biologists, archaeologists, and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)/National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) specialists can guide clients through the construction and development process for Building and Structure projects on private and public lands throughout California and the Western United States. Beginning at the initial project planning level, ECORP staff works closely with applicant staff to identify wetlands and parcels suitable for development, provide comprehensive project management of applications to local, state and federal agencies as well as provide plans, training and monitoring for Best Management Practices (BMPs) during construction. ECORP's concentration is on land planning, CEQA/NEPA analysis, biological resources, cultural resources, and water resources services in California, Nevada, and Arizona. When you hire ECORP, you will get a team of local experts in their field.