Environmental Services

Environmental Services

  • Environmental Studies
  • Environmental Permitting
  • Environmental Restoration/Enhancement
  • Rare Resources Studies/Evaluations
  • Watershed Protection
  • Education
About Environmental Services

Our staff have extensive training and experience with USACE personnel and other review agencies including TCEQ, TWDB, Texas Historical Commission, TPWD, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the EPA which enables us to provide comprehensive environmental assessments and assist in developing project designs that efficiently and effectively meet both project and regulatory requirements. Comprised of ecologists, wetland scientists, aquatic biologists, and engineers, we provide clients with turn-key solutions. We are adept at tackling difficult and unique environmental problems on a variety of levels.

Key Contact

 Loretta Mokry, PWS
Loretta Mokry, PWS
Environmental Services Senior Project Manager

Loretta oversees environmental and ecological studies, including constructed wetlands, wetland delineations, Section 404 permitting, mitigation plan development, implementation, and compliance monitoring. She also manages NEPA-compliant environmental assessments, water quality studies, stormwater permits, and nonpoint source evaluations.  Her water quality experience extends to effects on natural systems, establishing and conducting water quality sampling and analysis, and water quality monitoring as well as research experience in aquatic toxicology.

Sample Projects

Lake Ralph Hall Environmental Studies, Upper Trinity Regional Water District

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.

Central Oklahoma Master Conservancy District Del City Waterline Replacement Project & Environmental Services

The project included the design and replacement of an existing 34,000 linear feet (LF), 18-inch to 24-inch diameter raw water transmission pipeline.

College Station Midtown Business Park

Plummer conducted environmental studies and prepared environmental documentation for the proposed approximately 400-acre Midtown Business Park project site, which is traversed by two perennial streams.

North Texas Municipal Water District Texoma-Wylie Pipeline

North Texas Municipal Water District proposed construction of an 84-inch diameter pipeline to convey water from Lake Texoma directly to blending facilities at their Wylie Water Treatment Plant.

Work With Us

We design solutions for the world’s greatest water and telecommunications challenges. We are ready to take on issues you face today so you are better positioned for tomorrow.

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