alancing airport development needs with protection of environmental resources is not only required by national environmental policy law (NEPA), but is also a sound ethical
practice. Armstrong Consultants provides comprehensive environmental services to identify potential environmental impacts associated with proposed airport development projects. In turn, we provide methods to avoid or minimize impacts where possible and mitigate unavoidable impacts.
We offer extensive experience in preparing documented Categorical Exclusions (CATEXs) and Environmental Assessments (EAs) for all types of airport development projects including new airports, major airfield expansions, runway extensions and landside development. Our certification for wetland delineation and in-depth knowledge of noise analysis, compatible land use planning and FAA Order 5050.4B, Airport Environmental Handbook, provide the foundation for efficient and timely processing of requisite environmental approvals for your development projects.
The combined experience and capabilities of our planning and engineering staff offers a project team that can develop alternative solutions for avoiding or minimizing impacts so that projects can proceed unimpeded. Beyond NEPA documentation, Armstrong Consultants has assisted numerous clients in achieving and maintaining environmental compliance on their airport by providing fuel farm siting, storm water permitting, spill prevention and control plans, compatible land use planning, and voluntary noise abatement programs. Our airport environmental services include:
- Categorical Exclusion Documentation
- Environmental Assessments (NEPA)
- Wetland Delineations and Section 404 Permitting
- SPCC & SWPP Plans
- Noise Analysis and FAR Part 150 Studies
- Compatible Land Use Planning and Zoning
- Air Quality Determinations and Emissions Inventories
- Voluntary Noise Abatement/Fly Friendly Programs