Lake Ralph Hall Environmental Studies, Upper Trinity Regional Water District

CLIENT NAME

Upper Trinity Regional Water District

LOCATION

Lewisville, Texas
United States

PRACTICE AREA

Environmental Services

SERVICES INCLUDED

Environmental

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Plummer is serving on a team for the development of Lake Ralph Hall, one of the first reservoir development projects of its kind in Texas in decades. Our responsibilities include the identification and assessment of environmental resources within the proposed project area for the reservoir and along alternative pipeline routes for transferring water to the service area, as well as assistance with environmental permitting. Services provided to date include a Preliminary Environmental Characteristics Study, Preliminary Jurisdictional Determination, a Preliminary Habitat Assessment, a Functions Assessment Analysis, a Stream Watershed Assessment and Measurement Protocol Interaction Model, 404 Permit Application Preparation, Public Participation Support, USACE Coordination, Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Coordination, and expert witness support during the water right permit hearing.

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