Gaea offers the following services:
environmental consulting and
water resources engineering
expert witness testimony
historic research services
Consultants has over 11 years of experience providing environmental
engineering and consulting services to our clients.
We have performed multiple Wetland Determinations and Threatened
and Endangered Species Evaluations for projects’ approvals.
We have well-established relationships with regulatory agents
the state and federal level. We
have acted as agents for our clients preparing Parish, State, and
Federal permit applications with a 100% success rate of approval.
Consultants has prepared Section 404 and Section 10 permit applications
for the US Army Corps of Engineers, LPDES permit applications for the
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, and Coastal Use Permits
for the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources and coastal parishes.
While working as a senior hydraulic engineer at the New Orleans
District, Dr. Koob reviewed Section 404 and Section 10 permit
applications for conformance with the Corps’ hydraulic policies in the
DETERMINATION AND DELINEATION
prepare Wetland Determination Reports for submission to USACE regarding
Jurisdiction Determination of project areas.
If determined to be jurisdictional, we prepare Wetland
Delineation Reports for confirmation by USACE as part of the 404 permit
and mitigation process.
AND ENDANGERED SPECIES REPORT
prepare Threatened and Endangered Reports for approval from US Fish and
Wildlife Service. We have a
100% approval rate for our clients.
perform Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments.
This involves a visual inspection of the subject property, public
information review, historical record search and current and past owner
interviews. As required by
ASTM Standard E-1527-05 guidelines when contaminants are found, we
perform more detailed
investigations involving chemical analysis for hazardous substances
and/or petroleum hydrocarbons.
NOTICE OF INTENT/STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN
construction sites which require storm water runoff permits, Gaea
prepares the forms and drawings required by the Department of
Environmental Quality. We
complete the Notice of Intent to begin construction and prepare the
necessary exhibits. We then
create a storm water pollution prevention plan for the site, outlining
specific on-site measures to prevent construction storm water from
impacting neighboring properties or waterways.
When construction is complete, Gaea fills out and submits the
Notice of Termination, informing DEQ that the project is done.
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