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Environmental Compliance

Environmental Compliance projects across the state of North Carolina include the preparation of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) 404 Permitting, North Carolina Division of Water Quality (DWQ) 401 Water Quality Certifications, NCDENR Land Quality Erosion & Sediment Control Permitting, and various other State, County and Local permit applications and the necessary coordination with regulatory agencies.

Kernersville Pump Station Stream Restoration

Kernersville Pump Station Stream Restoration

S&EC prepared design plans for the restoration of approximately 120 linear feet of Piedmont stream and its associated riparian buffer along an unnamed tributary to Smith Creek in Kernersville, NC.  The project, situated adjacent to an existing sanitary sewer easement and pump station proposes the removal of an existing on-line sediment basin and riser structure which has fallen […]

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NPDES Monitoring & Site Inspections

The Stormwater General Permit NCG01000, also called a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, is routinely issued by the North Carolina Department of Environment & Natural Resources (NCDENR) Division of Land Resources (Land Quality Section) or a local Delegated Authority (such as a County government or local municipality) as part the approval of a […]

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Catawba Falls Stream & Wetland Restoration

Catawba Falls Stream & Wetland Restoration

S&EC prepared restoration design plans for approximately 1,000 linear feet of mountain stream and approximately 3 acres of wetlands that were inadvertently impacted as a result of development activities within an 1,800 acre residential property near Black Mountain, in McDowell County, NC.  The project scope included evaluation of existing impaired/impacted site conditions, the development of […]

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Franklin County Hub Road Extension

Franklin County Hub Road Extension

S&EC performed hydraulic analyses for a proposed crossing within the Franklin County Industrial Park to determine water surface profiles for various design storms for the proposed Hub Road Extension.  Working directly for the Kerr-Tar Regional Economic Development Corporaiton, S&EC’s project scope included the development of representative U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) HEC-RAS (River Analysis System) models to […]

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Mount Vernon Springs Stream & Wetland Restoration

Mount Vernon Springs Stream & Wetland Restoration

S&EC was responsible for the restoration design plans for restoration of approximately 5,000 linear feet of piedmont stream and its associated riparian buffer.  The project also included the restoration and creation of a combined total of approximately 14.5 acres of riverine wetlands.  Services also included evaluation of existing impaired/impacted site conditions, the development of construction […]

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Gray Farm Stream Restoration

Gray Farm Stream Restoration

S&EC prepared restoration design plans for approximately 7,500 linear feet of piedmont stream and its associated riparian buffer and wetlands on the Gray Farm property near Statesville in Iredell County, NC.  Project performed as part of a full-delivery project for the North Carolina Ecosystem Enhancement Program (NCEEP) with a North Carolina mitigation banking firm (American Wetlands).  […]

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Beaver Creek / Evans Road Extension

Beaver Creek / Evans Road Extension

S&EC performed hydraulic analyses for a stream crossing at the proposed Apex Town Park to determine water surface profiles for various design storms for a planned community park service road within the Town of Apex, North Carolina.  S&EC’s project scope included the conversion of available hard-copy HEC-2 (Water Surface Profiles) models into U.S. Army Corps of […]

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West Point at 751 Development

West Point at 751 Development

S&EC worked with the developer by providing all wetland and stream evaluations, permitting phases, listed species surveys, suitable habitat assessments, public meeting representation and coordination with local, Federal and State agencies. The Westpoint at 751 site (+/-17 acres) involved surveys for Regionally Rare Species along the ridge and floodplain of the New Hope Creek Sub-impoundment, […]

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Deporter Wetland Mitigation

Deporter Wetland Mitigation

S&EC provided site location, environmental permitting, design, construction supervision, and monitoring for two sites related to the mitigation for the Triangle Town Center Mall in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Deporter site works included the preservation and enhancement of 1.82 acres of existing freshwater marsh (beaver swamp), a permanent wet detention site, and creation of 17.75 […]

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Gammon Lake Dam Repair

Gammon Lake Dam Repair

S&EC prepared design recommendations for the repair and reconstruction of the spillway system, the embankment, and various appurtenances for Gammon Lake Dam in Edgecombe County, NC.  This small-size, low-hazard, earthen dam approximately 475 feet long and roughly 20 feet in height had fallen into disrepair and was in need of an overhaul. Our engineers evaluated a variety of spillway […]

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