E & E has worked on the most high-profile, complex, and controversial Environmental Impact Statements (EISs). We go beyond the conventional ways of doing business to provide clients with innovative approaches and solutions to overcome challenges.
E & E is an internationally recognized leader in environmental planning. Since 1970, we have completed thousands of projects worldwide with results-oriented planning and sound environmental impact analysis and mitigation promoting sustainable development. Our clients include both government and commercial enterprises.
We have full in-house multidisciplinary technical capabilities to prepare environmental impact documents. Our subject matter experts are experienced in preparing public documents and explaining the scientific methodologies and impact conclusions. Our solid relationships with agency stakeholders and use of risk communication principles ensure project success.
We encourage public outreach early in the process, through multiple avenues. Our in-house editorial, graphics, GIS, and IT departments enhance our documents and websites and make them easy to understand using pictures, tables, and graphics. These in-house capabilities allow us to cost effectively meet expedited project schedules. These factors combine to provide our clients with fast, reliable, and high-quality environmental planning services.
- Siting/Feasibility Studies
- Agency Consultation
- Public Involvement
- Biological Assessments
- Socioeconomic Impact Studies
- Equator Principles and IFC Performance Standards Review
- Environmental, Social, and Health Management and Action Plans
- Biodiversity Monitoring and Management Plans
- Resettlement Planning and Implementation Support
- Management and Monitoring of Environmental, Social, and Health Aspects During Construction
- Environmental Justice Analysis
- Ecological Studies/Habitat Restoration
- Wetland and Stream Permitting/Mitigation
- Air Quality Modeling/Permitting
- Noise Studies
- Geology and Soils Studies
- Land Use Compatibility Analysis
- Cultural Resource Investigations
- Web-based Comment Management Database Application (CORES)
- Visual Impact Assessment