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Pare provides our clients with assistance in a wide range of natural resources and permitting areas, including wetland delineation, soil evaluation, erosion and sedimentation control planning, and permit acquisition. We also have expertise addressing enforcement actions and permit appeals. Our services are available on a stand-alone basis, or as part of a larger suite of planning, design, and construction services.

Pare Natural Resources staff can provide valuable perspective on site suitability for a particular use by interpreting GIS data and other published mapping, identifying, classifying, delineating and surveying regulated wetland areas in the field, evaluating soil conditions, assessing potential permit requirements, and identifying possible regulatory conflicts.

Pare offers extensive experience in preparing permit application submittals consisting of the specialized plans, studies and specifications necessary to assure timely regulatory approval with a minimum of project modification.  Representative application filings include the US Army Corps of Engineers, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), US Coast Guard, US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), state environmental protection agencies, conservation commissions, coastal resources agencies, and local zoning and planning boards.

  • Freshwater and Coastal Wetlands Delineation
  • Identification of Coastal Features
  • Wetlands Restoration and Replication Plans
  • Impact Assessments, Alternatives, and Preliminary Engineering Design
  • Site Constraints Identification and Mapping
  • Impact Avoidance, Minimization and Mitigation
  • Feasibility Studies and Identification of Required Permits
  • Permit Application Preparation and Regulatory Agency Coordination
  • Public Presentations and Expert Testimony
  • Dune and Beach Restoration Plans and Shoreline Protection Design
  • Floodplain Determinations and Compensatory Flood Storage Design
  • Hydrologic and Hydraulic Studies
  • Erosion and Sedimentation Controls and Dewatering Systems Design
  • Project Incorporation of Best Management Practices (BMP’s)
  • NEPA and MEPA Environmental Documentation, Section 106 and Section 4(f)

 To view representative projects for this service, click here.

 For more information, please contact: Michael Rongione P.E.