LJB provides timely and accurate environmental services to meet the needs of federal, state and local regulations while keeping a project on schedule. Our integrated team of environmental scientists, biologists, cultural resource specialists, environmental planners and engineers work together to monitor and implement environmental rules and regulations that ensure our clients are compliant.

We know environmental compliance is more than filling out a form–it's a way of thinking. Our professionals strive to provide innovative environmental solutions that address the regulations while designing cost-effective facility and infrastructure improvements that enhance the quality of life for residents, business owners and stakeholders.

We routinely prepare purpose and need statements, conduct alternatives analyses, advise clients on managing recognized environmental conditions, and identify the environmentally preferred alternative for proposed projects.


  • Risk Assessment
  • Ecological Studies
  • Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments
  • Remediation
  • Wetlands
  • NEPA Documentation
  • NPDES Permitting
  • Underground Storage Tanks
  • Hazardous Materials Management
  • Noise Analysis
  • Air Quality

LJB Quick Facts


Quick Fact #1 – LJB has assessed more than 100 wetlands, 200 streams and obtained 404/401 permits for nearly 50 projects.


Quick Fact #2 – Our team has developed innovative GIS solutions and mapping software to conduct assessments, manage assets and provide high level analysis for complex environmental issues.


Quick Fact #3 – LJB has conducted due diligence, sampling, evaluations and remediation for hazardous materials, petroleum products, vapor intrusion, asbestos, and lead on thousands of sites.


Quick Fact #4 – Our specialists have completed NEPA documentation for over 500 federally funded projects located in nearly every county in Ohio, and in half a dozen states across the country.


Quick Fact #5 – LJB has evaluated noise for nearly 100 projects, including HUD-assisted housing, railroads and major highways.


Quick Fact #6 – Our specialists are qualified in mussel, bat and floristic surveys for evaluation of endangered species impacts.