ATM offers comprehensive scientific and engineering support, along with regulatory expertise and permitting services. Our expertise and experience enable us to solve complex environmental difficulties through comprehensive and creative study. We pride ourselves on developing customized environmental programs that result in the best solution for both our clients and the environment.

ATM’s environmental consultants provide ecological assessments, environmental impact studies, permitting services, and biological surveys throughout the U.S., Caribbean, and Bahamas.

Wetland Services

As the primary focus of NEPA and Clean Water Act Section 404 permitting, wetlands must be regularly addressed during the project development process. ATM is staffed with several wetland experts experienced in addressing a project’s wetland concerns, from initial delineation and verification to ensuring wetland avoidance, impact minimization, mitigation design, and post-project monitoring. Our demonstrated ability to develop solid relationships with stakeholders and resource agencies further contributes to our success with wetland projects, including:

  • Permitting Assistance
  • Mitigation Calculations & Design
  • Created Wetlands for Wastewater/Stormwater Treatment
  • Field Oversight & Monitoring
  • Mitigation Project Construction & Monitoring
Environmental Assessments

ATM engineers and scientists have worked with developers and public agencies world-wide to complete Environmental Assessments (EA) and Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA), and to solve complex environmental and development issues. We have provided EIA services for clients in the Caribbean, as well as throughout the United States, Latin America, Mexico, and the Middle East. These EIAs provide comprehensive environmental assessments that meet both internationally recognized World Bank guidelines, and any additional country-specific requirements.

ATM personnel can quickly and efficiently compile comprehensive site assessments for subsequent use in conceptual master planning, impact analysis, and mitigation development. Our mitigation plans are designed to provide long-term, ecologically-balanced alternatives to avoid, minimize, and monitor the potential impacts of a proposed development. Our capabilities include:

  • Environmental Impact Assessments
  • Environmental Assessments
  • Environmental Management Plans
  • Environmental Monitoring Plans
  • Mitigation Planning & Design
  • Water Quality Management
  • Mangrove, Reef & Seagrass Management Plans
Ecological Studies

Ecological issues along with the associated regulatory challenges impact many public and private sector projects. At ATM, our approach to these challenges incorporates a comprehensive assessment of our client’s immediate project needs relative to their long-term goals.

We routinely coordinate with local, state, and federal agencies to ensure studies are designed that address both client and agency requirements and minimize permitting time. ATM’s wide-ranging capabilities in sampling design, data collection, analysis, and interpretation ensure effective studies of all ecosystem types, including:

  • Ecosystem Inventories & Change Studies
  • Ecological Modeling
  • Regulatory Compliance Monitoring
  • Habitat Protection & Management
  • Threatened & Endangered Species Evaluations
Surveying & Mapping

Precise surveying and mapping is essential in project planning, design, pre- and post-construction analysis, and post-project monitoring. ATM provides the broad range of quality specialized survey and mapping services clients require for projects in all locations, whether terrestrial or underwater, including:

  • Bathymetric & Magnetometer Surveying
  • Side-scan Sonar
  • Seagrass & Ecological Habitat Mapping
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Database Creation & Analysis
  • Global Positioning System (GPS) & Cartography
Field Data Collection & Analysis

Effective data collection and analysis requires a broad knowledge of diverse environmental systems, clear interpretation of regulatory requirements and successful collaboration with government agencies. ATM professionals deliver tailored data collection design and implementation services to successfully meet each of these needs by providing:

  • Continuous Water Quality Monitoring
  • Hydrodynamic Monitoring
  • Meteorological Measurement
  • Water, Soil, Sediment & Biota Sampling
  • Biological Interpretation Services
Land & Resource Management

Whether for long-term stewardship or new development activities, ATM has an experienced group of environmental engineers and scientists capable of cost-effectively attaining your land and resource management goals. ATM helps both public and private sector clients manage land and resources by providing:

  • Conceptual Alternatives & Feasibility Studies
  • Environmental Function Sustainability Analyses
  • On-Site Stormwater/Wastewater Treatment Evaluation
  • Innovative Land Use Design
  • Master Planning
  • Stakeholder Education & Coordination
Contact Our Team

Stephen Swann, ME, PE

Chief of Operations, Principal - Environmental Engineering

904.249.8009
800.275.6488
info@appliedtm.com

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