Our planners are adept at assessing the potential impacts of a development project on the natural and human environment and finding thoughtful mitigation measures. We work under the National Environmental Policy Act and the Montana Subdivision and Platting Act. We assess potential impacts on the natural and human environment for affordable housing projects and assist non-profit groups with state and federal compliance. We also provide thorough and cost-effective environmental and community impact reports for subdividers that gauge potential impacts and offer common sense solutions to mitigate the impacts.
Lupfer Heights Subdivision Environmental Assessment
This project included an Environmental Assessment for the Lupfer Heights Subdivision, a 12-lot major subdivision on approximately 143 acres located in Flathead County. The property is comprised of forest lands and wetlands adjacent to US Highway 93 and Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) railroad tracks.
Meadowlark Vista Environmental Assessment
This Environment Assessment for the Meadowlark Vista Apartments complied with the HUD Environmental Review procedures for the HOME Investment Partnerships Program (24 CFR 58.36), HUD Statutory Checklist (24 CFR 58.5), and the uniform state administrative rules adopted pursuant to the Montana Environmental Policy Act.
The Benches Subdivision Environmental Assessment
This Environmental Assessment is for a subdivision for a Planned Unit Development east of Columbia Falls, Montana.