CMEC takes an integrated approach to environmental compliance and planning, gathering expertise from multiple disciplines in order to fully assess current conditions and address environmental concerns. We then help our clients plan for the future to avoid, minimize, or mitigate natural, cultural, social, and economic impacts.
CMEC planners have Masters degrees in planning and have or are in the process of obtaining their AICP certifications. We continuously adapt to meet changing regulatory expectations and guidance for assessing the impact of infrastructure on the human environment.
Our planning team has extensive experience preparing numerous types of environmental documents, which are thoroughly researched and supported by quantitative and qualitative data including GIS analyses. Our clients also benefit from our expertise seeking the input of local communities and stakeholders, helping ensure both community understanding and regulatory compliance.
In this way, we work towards a shared vision of social, economic, and environmental sustainability.
CMEC has decades of experience providing public involvement services for CEs, EAs, EISs, and feasibility studies in Texas. CMEC believes in the importance of clearly conveying information to the public in a variety of methods, providing fair treatment to all stakeholders, and seeking meaningful input from participants throughout the environmental process. CMEC works closely with project teams to help the public understand how environmental considerations must be addressed during the NEPA compliance process.