Pape-Dawson’s environmental professionals have significant experience protecting Texas waters. Our environmental staff members are industry leaders in all areas of stream and wetland restoration, watershed planning and assessment, and development of innovative practices and solutions that save our clients money while preserving our water and wetlands.
Beitel Creek Stream Restoration
Pape-Dawson conducted a jurisdictional waters evaluation on a portion of Beitel Creek, located within an abandoned limestone quarry on the northeast side of San Antonio.
El Portal Industrial Park
We conducted extensive flood, stream, and wetlands mitigation for this proposed 212-acre industrial site.
Pape-Dawson completed a Section 404 Pre-Construction Notification for a Nationwide Permit 39 for the proposed Lookout Canyon development in north San Antonio within the Selma Creek watershed.
Vista Ridge Regional Water Supply Project
Pape-Dawson managed environmental services supporting construction of the record-breaking 142-mile Vista Ridge Regional Water Supply Project.
Related Environmental Services
Our engineers are committed to conscientious cultural resource management, offering services like architectural resources studies, feasibility studies, historic structure reports, structural condition assessments, and rehabilitation and restoration services.
Geologic and Water Quality Services
We believe preserving and protecting the environment benefits all of Texas. That’s why our engineers are committed to gathering accurate data and performing critical analysis before design and construction begin.
Hazardous Material Compliance and Remediation
Pape-Dawson conducts environmental studies and assessments, regulatory compliance, and remediation design, to help ensure your project meets all applicable environmental regulations.
Our environmental team takes great pride in preserving, protecting, and improving the natural resources of Texas.
NEPA and Environmental Documentation
Pape-Dawson conducts thorough environmental reviews to help create a successful, long-lasting project that simultaneously protects our precious Texas environment.