Apogee’s ecologists and archaeologists have worked throughout the United States for a variety of clients and project types. As we all know, each industry has its own specific needs and issues that sometimes need outside support, and in that, there are varying levels of contracted customer service to a project. Good consultants provide their deliverables accordingly while great consultants develop their internal systems to each unique permit setting. Apogee prides itself on tailoring our approach to what will best expedite our clients’ projects dependent on the industry‐specific requirements.
Utility scale solar is the energy wave of the future and we at Apogee have stood up and are now riding this wave. With a service footprint that overlays many states that are actively pushing solar, we are perfectly positioned to help our clients in this burgeoning market. To date, Apogee has surveyed tens of thousands of acres to help its clients navigate the unique compliance circumstances that often accompany solar projects.
The discovery of oil and gas reserves in the Marcellus, Utica and, Rogersville Shales over the last decade has turned Appalachia into a focal point in our nation’s growing demand for energy. Apogee is working alongside our clients to provide quick turn-around with a quality product on necessary deliverables leaving permit issues as one less worry. Apogee has successfully addressed environmental compliance issues across hundreds of miles of proposed pipeline corridors, including projects under Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) jurisdictions.
Apogee has conducted surveys and written desktop reports for hundreds of telecommunications projects under the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Nationwide Programmatic Agreement Regarding The Section 106 National Historic Preservation Act Review Process. Completed projects include monopole cell towers, lattice cell towers, 5G C-RAN sites, and collocations.
Apogee is a homegrown Appalachian firm, whose past successes are derived from providing top notch permit services with a local touch for the coal industry. We have staff with decades of experience, both on and off the job, working on our clients’ behalf to adapt to the ever-changing state and federal agency regulations. Contact us for a coal industry specific, cost‐effective proposal for your permit compliance needs.
Apogee understands that a strong infrastructure creates a strong country. Companies who move energy from point A to point B require a compliance firm with a sophisticated understanding on all the in‐between regulations in our unique Appalachian landscape. Call us. We look forward to using our expertise to expedite your project, so you can focus on other important challenges.
With new technologies being developed to overcome the challenges of wind mapping, the wind industry is becoming more mainstream in the United States. In the greater Appalachian region, the introduction to wind energy is wrought with new understandings of its effects on Appalachian endangered natural resources. Apogee is working hard on being on the forefront of providing solutions so that the evolving industry can be successful both ecologically and on the bottom line.
Our team has performed natural and cultural resource studies for several local, state, and federal agencies over the last 20 years. These government agencies and organizations include the National Park Service (NPS), United States Forest Service (USFS), Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Agriculture (USDA), state-level departments of transportation (DOT), and local government public utilities commissions, among others. Recent federal projects include work at Morristown National Historical Park (MNHP) in New Jersey, Allegheny National Forest in Pennsylvania, and an undisclosed Naval facility in Virginia.
Developers rely on Apogee to solve many unique compliance issues. As the old adage goes, “Time is Money.” Apogee provides efficient and cost-effective options for mitigation requirements in natural and cultural issues. We are a credited resourceful group of experts that can be utilized to understand your permit process so regulatory roadblocks are prevented. Apogee frequently works with clients who need assistance with the Section 106 and Section 7 portions of Environmental Assessment (EA) reports submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and for due diligence.