Navigating the long list of local, state, and federal permitting requirements is a critical component of any building project, especially when it comes to our rural infrastructure projects. Jones & DeMille Engineering (JDE) stands out for our ability to manage all of our clients’ environmental needs and ensure our projects’ compliance. Whether it’s right-of-way procurement, stormwater planning, resource-impact analyses, habitat surveys, NEPA compliance, or any other environmental protection measures, the team at JDE is your trusted partner.
Government Agency Relationships
Our team is proud to maintain productive relationships with many state and federal agencies, including BLM, the Forest Service, FERC, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, BIA, FAA, UDOT, UDOGM, UDDW, UDWQ, and others. These longstanding connections give us a thorough understanding of the project approval process, meaning our clients’ projects receive the go-ahead more quickly and consistently.
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requires environmental compliance, legal, and permitting requirements. JDE’s NEPA process includes documentation which complies fully with all legal requirements, presents practical-solution design features and mitigation measures, as well as permitting requirements.
It’s critical to choose an experienced team with full-service capabilities, including environmental services. At JDE, we understand how to balance environmental protection with all of the other aspects of our projects, taking an integrated approach to planning and management that ensures all related factors are considered. Our environmental expertise is critical to the success of our projects, but it is also crucial for maintaining proper stewardship to our beautiful natural environment here in the Intermountain West.