Three Oaks Engineering
There is no doubt to the uninitiated that the environmental permitting process is a confusing morass of forms. However, they are there to protect the environment and in particular, water quality. We can navigate you through the steps necessary to make your project come to fruition. The basic permits can be categorized as follows:
Neuse River Basin
Tar-Pamlico River Basin
Catawba River Basin
Jordan Lake Watershed
Randleman Lake Watershed
Goose Creek Watershed
A CAMA permit may be required if your project is located in one of the twenty coastal counties subject to the rules and policies of the Coastal Resources Commission.
A bridge permit issued by the United States Coast Guard is required for structures built over navigable waters of the U.S.
Permit approval required for any construction activities that affect navigation, flood control, or public lands along TVA lakes or the Tennessee River (including tributaries).
Mitigation is a part of any permit – there are several types of mitigation depending on the type of impact: