Pape-Dawson managed the production of an environmental assessment for a new two-lane, 7.6-mile TxDOT roadway through an existing neighborhood and critical habitat for threatened/endangered species. The program included utilizing public involvement to garner critical community support and successfully navigate potentially controversial environmental issues. The endangered species team conducted karst studies to determine the least impactful route through critical habitat, while avoiding impacts to adjacent developments and a cemetery.
Other NEPA and Environmental Documentation Projects
Floyd Curl Green Street
Pape-Dawson conducted environmental studies and prepared the Categorical Exclusion NEPA documentation, Nationwide Permit, cultural resource investigations, and karst terrain feature surveys for this Green Street project.
Our environmental responsibilities for this roadway widening project included analyzing community, biological, noise, and water resource impacts and assisting in right-of-way acquisitions.
Texas State Veterans Home
Pape-Dawson provided environmental services for the new Texas State Veterans Home in Fort Worth that was donated to the General Land Office by Tarrant County.
Westside Pedestrian and Roadway Improvements
Pape-Dawson conducted environmental studies and prepared the Categorical Exclusion document for environmental clearance along six corridors in southwest New Braunfels.