- Normandeau has extensive experience in NEPA, CEQA, SEPA, MEPA, ESA, Section 7 Consultations, 316a/b and the full range of other federal, state, and local environmental permitting and compliance requirements.
- Our many services include sediment sampling with barge-mounted and portable vibracore devices.
- Our professional staff includes botanical, wetland, and wildlife specialists, soil scientists, and hydrologists.
- We are particularly adept at bridging the communications gap between technical staff and the community, helping both parties understand the intricacies and issues that shape a project.
- At sites nationwide, we have developed and implemented strategies and programs that help clients achieve regulatory compliance and optimum facility performance.
- Successful wind energy projects require solid natural resources information to facilitate site selection and planning that creates an environmental balance.
- Key services include wetland delineation and mapping, functional evaluations, alternatives analysis, construction oversight, and mitigation design.
- We provide environmental science, planning, permitting, and public involvement services to address increasingly complex issues surrounding the development and improvement of multimodal transportation options.
- Normandeau provides the industry with a suite of environmental expertise for the siting and permitting of new facilities, meeting regulatory compliance at existing facilities, and addressing environmental challenges at operating plants.
- With three labs encompassing over 4,000 square feet of work space, Normandeau provides unrivaled biological laboratory services to clients nationwide.
Normandeau Associates, Inc. is one of the nation's largest science-based environmental consulting firms with over 250 employees located in 18 offices in 12 states. Our diverse staff of professionals work in partnership with industry, government agencies, energy providers, and the public to develop solutions that enhance economic development, meet regulatory requirements, monitor, protect, and restore our natural resources, and improve communities.