A partner when dealing with the unexpected.
Hurricanes, tornadoes, fires, and other natural disasters can have devastating impacts on communities. The aftermath can seem overwhelming. SWCA staff have weathered these disasters. We’ve learned firsthand how to help move recovery efforts forward quickly, effectively, and economically.
Our specialists include wetland, water, and stream restoration scientists; threatened species specialists; ecologists; NEPA planners; archaeologists; and architectural historians. We provide on-the-ground and regulatory support for individuals, private companies, non-profits, and municipal agencies – anyone needing studies that will enable them to move forward in their disaster recovery. SWCA experts have managed environmental support for the federal Stafford Act, FEMA Public Assistance, and HUD-funded Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funded disaster recovery programs. SWCA also has skilled professionals who can assist with pre- and post-hazard mitigation grant projects including under the new FEMA Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) Program.
- High Water Mark and Preliminary Damage Assessments
- Wetland and Waters Assessments
- Drone Operations and Aerial Photography
- Threatened and Endangered Species Evaluations
- Preliminary Environmental Hazard Inspections
- Tier I and Tier II Environmental Reviews
- GIS Stream Modeling, Design and Reconstruction
- Agency and Programmatic Agreement Negotiation
- Archaeological Site Identification and Monitoring
- Historic Building Repairs and Reconstruction
- Demolition Monitoring
We're ready to respond to your needs. Contact us for more information on how we can help you.