Environmental Services



PCI’s environmental planners and scientists are committed to avoid, minimize, and mitigate environmental impacts for every project. They collaborate with project developers and regulatory agencies to identify environmental constraints early in the project development process to ensure timely compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.

  • Environmental Planning and Permitting

  • NEPA (EIS, EA, CE, and Reeval) Documentation and Compliance

  • Section 4(f)/6(f) and Chapter 26 Analyses

  • Community Impacts, Socioeconomic, and Environmental Justice Analyses

  • Hazmat Initial Site Assessments and Phase I/II ESAs

  • CWA Section 404 Determinations, Delineations, and Permitting

  • Geologic Assessments, WPAPs, and CZPs

  • Initial Karst Feature Surveys

  • Threatened and Endangered Species Habitat Assessments

  • Farmland Protection Policy Act Analyses

  • Ecological Inventories

  • Environmental Constraints Mapping and Reports

  • Environmental Feasibility Studies

  • Alternatives Analyses and Resource Matrices

  • Agency Coordination

  • Public Involvement and Engagement

  • Noise Analyses and Noise Workshops

  • Indirect and Cumulative Impacts Analyses

  • GIS Mapping/Modeling

  • Floodplain Determinations and Stormwater Management Plans

  • Flood Certifications and Drainage Reports

  • Transportation Conformity Reports, Congestion Management Process Analyses, and MSAT Analyses

  • Antiquities Code of Texas and National Historic Preservation Act Compliance

  • Cultural Resources Constraints Mapping and Risk Assessments

  • Archeological Background Research, Permitting, Survey, Testing, and Mitigation