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Our project experience ranges from small single-family residence to large industrial sites and port facilities
Single Family Residence Permits – Municipal, County, State and Federal
Rezoning Support – Municipal and County
Land Development CodePermits - Municipal and County Regulation of Water Resources, Flora/fauna and Their Habitats, Wetlands, Trees and other Natural Features
Marine Construction Permits – Docks, Boardwalks, Piers, Riprap, Seawalls
Development of Regional Impact (DRI)Studies – Local and State Regulations
Environmental Resource Permit(ERP) – State (Water Management Districts and Department of Environmental Protection)
Section 404 Dredge and Fill Permit – Federal (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
Threatened and Endangered Species Incidental Take Permit – Local, State (Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) and Federal (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
Water Quality Monitoring
Construction Inspection & Monitoring (CEI)
Permit Compliance Monitoring and Non-permitted Activities
Spruce Street Ditch Relocation (Hillsborough County) The project is ideally located near Tampa International Airport, but a broad, steep ditch owned by the city of Tampa bordered the southern boundary.In order to provide additional parking and safety for future bank and restaurant patrons piping is proposed for the ditch. ECO designed and permitted an innovative upstream mitigation alternative for this space constrained site.
CSX - Big Bend Passing and Wye Track (Hillsborough County) This project required the design and construction of a siding and wye track west of the existing railroad track in south Hillsborough County.The scope included wetland delineation, Federal and State protected species surveys, Hillsborough County Significant Wildlife Habitat identification, and a Hillsborough County regulated tree survey.The senior scientist provided assistance to the engineer in obtaining permits and authorizations from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Southwest Florida Water Management District, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Hillsborough County Planning and Growth Management Department, and Environmental Protection Commission of Hillsborough County.
Port Redwing Master Plan (Hillsborough County) The 187-acre property located along the east side of Tampa Bay will be Tampa Port Authority’s newest port facility. The scope included determining the presence or absence of threatened and endangered species, identifying significant or essential wildlife habitat, essential fish habitat, submerged aquatic vegetation and characterizing plant community habitat. The scope also included a comprehensive 14-acre wetland and wildlife mitigation plan that also proposed the removal of non-native and nuisance vegetation and enhancement of existing habitats.Permitting for the project required coordination with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Environmental Protection Commission of Hillsborough County, Hillsborough County Planning and Growth Management Department and the Tampa Port Authority.