Pape-Dawson managed environmental services supporting construction of the record-breaking 142-mile Vista Ridge Regional Water Supply Project. The project traverses 572 individual parcels, moving 50,000 acre-feet of water per year through Burleson, Lee, Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, Comal, and Bexar Counties, sustained by 18 wells in two aquifers and three pump stations. We evaluated water resources, threatened and endangered species, cultural resources, and hazardous materials, with keen attention to potential impacts on natural and urban environments. We also performed stream and wetland delineations, providing U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-compliant jurisdictional determination methods and outcomes for delineated crossings.
Other Water and Wetland Projects
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.