Don't get bogged down in the permitting maze - let our experts clear your path.

Want to avoid frustrating red tape, potential negative public sentiment, project delays, and possibly even fines? We can help. From agricultural areas, to congested urban areas, to mountainous regions, Commonwealth’s engineering and environmental experts have extensive experience in providing environmental services for projects involving electric transmission lines, substations, and other facilities. We can assist with route/site selection, provide environmental analysis, perform wetland delineations, provide rare species studies, conduct visual impact analysis, and prepare materials for permits and licensing compliance.

We offer:

  • Route/site selection studies
  • Impact analysis
  • Public involvement programs
  • Visual simulation and assessments
  • Permit applications
  • Wetland delineations
  • Rare species searches
  • Vegetation/habitat mapping
  • Cultural resource studies
  • Environmental assessments
  • Environmental impact statements

Project: ITC Hunters Creek - Tuscola

Location: Michigan

The Challenge: Delineating wetlands, searching for endangered species, researching archaeological and historical records, and completing the paperwork necessary to meet stringent environmental permitting requirements.

The Result: The client successfully navigated the compliance process, securing the necessary permissions to complete 40 miles of double-circuit 120 kV transmission line thanks to Commonwealth’s team of experts, their hard work, and thorough and accurate studies.

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Contact Gary Bernstein at 517.990.8353 or Gary.Bernstein@cai-engr.com.