Our integrated team is made up of biological archaeologists, ecological restoration specialists, stream and wetland professionals, environmental scientists, ornithologists, and engineers that work together to meet our clients’ needs as they are related to all state or federal regulations in an accurate and timely fashion. Our goal is to work with each other and our clients to monitor and implement rules and regulations that ensure compliance and protect the environment for future generations.
LJB’s Environmental Service Team has monitored and delineated over 300 acres of wetlands and streams, conducted Phase I Environmental Site Assessments for state and federal agencies, identified cultural resource sites and worked with the Ohio and North Carolina Preservation Offices to preserve history, along with obtaining proper certifications and permits for water resources and habitat management.
Our clients benefit from our services with thorough and up to date knowledge of environmental and cultural regulations such as the U.S. EPA’s All Appropriate Inquiry rule, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), Endangered Species Act, and Clean Water Act programs.
- Amphibian/Reptile Identification/Monitoring
- Artifact Identification/Museum Curation
- Endangered Species Habitat Assessments
- Mussel Presence/Absence Surveys
- Aquatic Invertebrate Sampling
- Water Quality Assessments
- Ecotourism Trail Delineations
- Bird Surveys and Habitat Monitoring
- Burial Recovery/Identification
- Forest Ecology/Monitoring
- Ecological Restoration
- Historic Preservation
- Vegetation Surveys
- Landfill Odor and Air Monitoring
- Public Education/Involvement
- Noise and Air Quality Analysis