Construction, Land Development, and Transportation
According to Texas State law, land under construction paid for by public funds must have an archeological survey before building efforts can proceed. On occasion, construction sites near historic structures may turn up unknown artifacts of great importance. The site is then at risk as archaeological resources might be destroyed without adequate documentation. LCA Environmental, Inc. works closely with construction and archeological teams to identify and protect artifacts with Artifacts Protection Detectors.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations - Design and Permitting
Environmental Construction Inspections
- Pre-occupancy/post-construction IAQ Testing
- Asbestos Removal or Encapsulation
- Asbestos Management Plans
- Indoor Chemical and Pollutant Source Investigations
- Contemporary Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Practices
- Optimization in Use of Alternative Materials
- Optimization in Use of IAQ Compliant Products
- Selection of Sustainable Cleaning Methods
- Sustainable Building Operation and Maintenance
- Sustainable Project Citing for New and Existing Structures in Brownfield Areas
Petroleum Storage Tank Replacement and Design
ROW & Transit Corridor Assessments
Soil & Groundwater Management Plans
LCA Environmental, Inc. formalized the Soil and Groundwater Management Plan (SGMP) while working as consultants for TxDOT’s Dallas High Five Interchange project. The SGMP is an environmental construction specification that allows work to proceed with minimum delays and expenses in contaminated areas.
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP)
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SW3P) are essential for most construction projects. It includes specifications for erosion and sediment runoff control, outfall sampling, and monitoring the work site constituents that rains can carry away.
Threatened & Endangered Species Survey
Our professionals use the US Army Corps of Engineers guidance and protocols to evaluate the waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) and conduct wetland delineations. A delineation conducted five years ago may require a site visit to determine whether the delineation still holds accurate or needs to be reevaluated.
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