Environmental Overview
Environmental engineering is a form of compliance consulting, which relates to a broad spectrum of public needs, including utilities, wastewater, air pollutants, landfills, groundwater, surface water, treatment, discharge, storm water, water quality, and soil contamination. Most municipalities find themselves challenged in all these areas by the environmental impact and compliance requirements.

As environmental concerns grow and regulations change, developing the built environment involves risk. Fortunately, environmental science professionals can help manage that risk. MBCOs engineers and environmental scientists provide private and public clients with the guidance necessary to develop and maintain communities while respecting nature and complying with local, state, and federal regulations. MBCO Engineering conducts assessments and investigations ranging from ASTM Phase I environmental site assessments (ESAs) to limited site subsurface investigations, complete with field service capability and a diverse staff of environmental assessment professionals.

  • Feasibility studies
  • Site selection studies
  • Routing studies and analyses
  • Public involvement
  • NEPA document preparation (CE, EA, EIS)
  • Environmental site assessments (Phases 1 and 2)
  • Agency coordination
  • Permit negotiation
  • SWPPP implementation, inspection, reporting, and management
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