ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

 

We bring our expertise to bear on all of the Gulf Coast’s most difficult environmental remediation and permitting challenges. Long-standing relationships with regulators
allow us to expedite paperwork and pinpoint optimal grant sources, allowing our
clients to focus less on red tape and more on improving quality of life for their
customers and constituents.

• 404 Permit Acquisition

• Wetland Delineation Determination
• Environmental Impact Statement
• Environmental Impact Analysis
• Air Quality Permit
• MWPP
• MS4 Permit Acquisition
• NPDES/LPDES Acquisition
• Needs and Alternative Analysis
• Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessment
• Brownfield Assessment and Remediation


BROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT EXPANDS LOCAL ECONOMIES

PEEC secured $1.5 million in total EPA Brownfields Funds for the Cities of Gretna
and Westwego, Louisiana. Our staff followed up this fundraising success with action
on the ground, converting formerly contaminated and abandoned properties into
productive sites that are now used for a variety of industrial, recreational, and
government uses. The former Malter Chemical site is now slated to be the site of
an expanded McCormick Foods facility.

ASBESTOS REMOVAL ALLOWS EXTENSION OF VITAL ROADWAY

PEEC directed the removal of asbestos along a key traffic corridor in Gretna,
Louisiana. Until our remediation was complete, a state financed extension of this
corridor could not be completed.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP CONVERT EYESORE INTO
VIABLE PROPERTY

PEEC worked with the City of Westwego and citizens to clean up a long-standing hazardous waste site. Now that underground storage tanks, illegal dumping spills,
and other contaminated materials have been removed, the city is planning to use
the property for the site of the new
City Hall.