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Threatened and Endangered Species Surveys

Most state and federally funded and/or permitted projects require evaluation of threatened and endangered species and consultation with the US Fish and Wildlife Service and/or State wildlife agencies. A cursory evaluation is initially conducted, and if specific habitat and/or species are observed, a more detailed survey will need to be performed. The detailed survey, or Biological Assessment, may include detailed evaluations of the project site, often during specific times of the year to coincide with vegetative or flowering stages in protected plants or migration or life cycle patterns of protected animals. ECA employs experienced biologists that have conducted thousands of site surveys for threatened and endangered species over many US states. We are able to perform surveys for threatened and endangered plants, animals, and aquatic species. ECA has excellent relationships with US Fish and Wildlife Service offices throughout the US and consults with many of them on a routine basis.

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Environmental & NEPA
Marvin Webster, MES, REP
(770) 667-2040 x 101

Wetlands & Ecology
Ben Salter, MS, REP, PWS
(828) 505-0755

Environmental & NEPA
Eric Johnson
(770) 667-2040 x 114

History & Archaeology
Dina M. Bazzill, MA, RPA
(770) 667-2040 x 111

Geotechnical & Engineering
Hector A. Acosta, MSCE, PE
(770) 667-2040 x 110

Architectural History
Jaime Destefano, MS
(615) 255-0065