Environmental engineering services characterize and address environmental challenges, protect natural resources, and ensure sustainable development.
Many common situations trigger the need for a Phase I or Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA), or an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). These situations include real estate transactions, brownfield redevelopment, regulatory compliance, securing financing, access to grants and incentives, and general due diligence.
When a site is contaminated by hazardous or controlled materials or substances, environmental engineers plan and execute cleanup operations to restore the environment to a safe condition. Water resources management, stormwater system certification, erosion control, environmental compliance and natural resource conservation projects are additional service areas for environmental engineering. These services aim to minimize the environmental impact of human activities and ensure a more sustainable and healthy environment for current and future generations.
Budinger’s 35 plus years of experience in area assessments and remediation makes us a great choice for environmental services. Our engineers, geologists and technicians have OSHA 40-Hour Hazwoper training and experience with a wide variety of investigations.
Budinger has performed assessment, characterization and remediation of many underground storage tank systems and other contaminated sites to achieve formal and informal determinations of “No Further Action” by state and local regulators.
Our environmental services include: