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Environmental Assessments in Corpus Christi, Texas

If you are spearheading a public works project or any type of building project in or around Corpus Christi, Texas environmental compliance will be a very big factor for you. Any time the environment is going to be impacted there are countless things to take into consideration. Environmental impact studies are part of the equation, and they must pass the muster if they are going to be approved by the regulatory agencies. This can take sophisticated planning on countless different levels regardless of the location of the project. However, when you are talking about Corpus Christi, Texas environmental assessments take on a unique complexion. This is a city that is squarely situated on the Gulf of Mexico. The Port of Corpus Christi is actually the fifth largest port in the entire United States. The port is essential to the oil industry, and there are also a lot of agricultural projects passing through the port on a consistent basis.

Wetland assessments can be part of environmental impact studies that are being conducted in conjunction with projects that are going to have an impact on wetlands and jurisdictional American waters. The environmental compliance standards are complicated, and it takes a great deal of experience to be able to understand the many twists and turns. There are numerous different agencies that are pieces of the environmental compliance puzzle when wetlands are involved. Clearly, the United States Environmental Protection Agency will be a player. However, on the federal level, the United States Coast Guard, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Marine Fisheries Service must be coordinated within many instances. There are also Texas agencies like the state Commission on Environmental Quality, the Texas General Land Office, and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

Our company was founded back in 1990, and we are a local Texas-based environmental consulting firm. We have a great deal of experience with environmental impact studies in Corpus Christi, Texas and other areas of the state that have similar environments. This is of great benefit to our clients on a couple of different levels. Obviously, experience counts when you are talking about environmental assessments, but there is also the relationship factor. We have been building relationships with people who work for government agencies in the area for these 25 plus years that we have been in business. Our company has a firm understanding of their expectations, and they respect the fact that we go about things in the right way.

If you would like to speak with one of our Corpus Christi, Texas environmental compliance specialists, give us a call right now at (281) 589-0898.

Berg♦Oliver offers services in the following areas:


  • Air Quality Assessment
  • Damage Assessment
  • Ecological Research
  • Environmental Risk Assessment
  • Expert Witness Testimony
  • FERC Pipeline Assessment
  • GPS Mapping and Analysis
  • Natural Resource Investigation & Permitting
  • Noise Abatement Assessment
  • Remediation & Clean-Up
  • Site Investigation & Inspection
  • Spill Prevention Planning
  • Water Quality Testing
  • Wet 2.0 Analysis for Mitigation Banking


Hazardous Materials Management

  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
  • Phase II Site Investigation and Characterization
  • Phase III Clean-Up and Remediation
  • Risk Assessment and Feasibility Evaluation



  • Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)
  • Environmental Assessment (EA)
  • Categorical Exclusion (CE)
  • Pipeline Right-of-Way Assessment
  • Constraints Mapping
  • NEPA Compliance Assessment
  • Public Involvement Service
  • Noise Analysis


Wetland and Natural Resources

  • Geologic Assessment
  • Water Pollution Abatement Planning
  • Wetland Due Diligence Investigation
  • Wetland Delineation & Mitigation
  • Coastal Zone Coordination
  • Mitigation & Restoration
  • Threatened & Endangered Species Assessment
  • Archeology & Cultural Resource Assessment
  • Biological and Physiological Assessment
  • Natural Resources Impact Assessment
  • Natural/Biologic/Cultural Resource Master Planning
  • Wetland Mitigation Banking