Threatened and Endangered (T&E) Species and Historic Resources Coordination
Projects that involve federal and/or state permits or funding (e.g., wetlands and streams or Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funded projects) may have NEPA requirements that include evaluating project plans under the Endangered Species Act and/or National Historical Preservation Act to document the project’s potential impact before approval will be granted. As a result, early coordination is critically important. ECS' assistance in identifying if these concerns are present early in the process may help avoid project delays and costly surveys.
We can provide the following threatened and endangered species and historical resource services:
- Preliminary Threatened and Endangered Species Determinations
- Indiana (Myotis sodalis) and northern long-eared (Myotis septentrionalis) bats
- Karner Blue Butterfly (Lycaeides melissa samuelis)
- Preliminary Cultural Resource Determinations
- Cemetery Delineations
- Endangered Species Habitat and Impact Assessments
- Regulatory Agency Coordination and Clearances
- Mitigation Planning and Implementation
We are happy to discuss your project needs for threatened and endangered species and historic resources. Please contact us.