Landpoint - Environmental Review Services

Information about Landpoint - Environmental Review Services

Published on July 7, 2014

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Important Checklist for Hiring an Environmental Consulting Firm: Important Checklist for Hiring an Environmental Consulting Firm 1 Hiring an Environmental Consulting Firm: Hiring an Environmental Consulting Firm Environmental investigations and navigating permitting regulations can be huge projects, but they do not have to lead to huge headaches, especially if you hire the right environmental consulting firm. During your search, remember that site assessments and regulatory services are often a complex process that can take anywhere from a few months to years to complete, and cheaper does not always mean better. Before you make your choice, consider this checklist to find a firm that is a perfect match for your job 2 An Important Checklist for Hiring an Environmental Consulting Firm: An Important Checklist for Hiring an Environmental Consulting Firm 3 The Checklist: The Checklist Staff Availability and Experience    Does the firm have the staff to complete your project? Will they have qualified staff members to dedicate to your project? Ask for current resumes of the staff members who will work on your project, and request references for the project manager.   Time Estimates    Can the consulting firm confidently estimate the time required to complete the project? Will there be a tracking tool to determine each and every stage of the project?   4 The Checklist: The Checklist Experience Does the environmental consulting firm have a demonstrated history of successful projects? Does the staff assigned to your project have experience winning ecological approvals for similar projects? What experience do they have in meeting your specific needs? Do they work with regulatory agencies? Request a list of references and similar projects completed.   Proposal Amounts    Carefully evaluate the firm's cost proposal. Remember 5 The Checklist: The Checklist that cheaper is not always better, and in many cases, going Subcontracting    Does the firm subcontract portions of the work? Are the subcontractor activities competitively bid? Check the experience of the subcontractors the firm works with. Companies that use in-house environmental teams are the easiest to work with.   Innovative Approaches    Does the firm resolve issues using a broad spectrum of 6 The Checklist: The Checklist technologies and resources, including wetland, plant ecology, wildlife, cultural resources and regulatory consulting services? How do they evaluate and eliminate potential risks throughout the process?   7 Warnings: Warnings Beware of firms who take hard-sell approaches, minimize or over-blow potential legal or technical problems, present overly optimistic timelines, have a strong bias for or against certain techniques or are not familiar with applicable regulations. These are all red flags that, if heeded, will save you from paying for expensive mistakes or investing more in the future to improve poor-quality work. Landpoint's   environmental review services  exceed all these criteria.  8 PowerPoint Presentation: Email: [email protected] Facebook : LinkedIn: 9 Contact us today to learn more about our professional environmental services and how our team can help you navigate the regulatory process with ease.

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