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Whether your project is industrial, commercial or private development; whether it is a new shopping center, subdivision, new mine site or an individual need, McGehee Engineering has experience and expertise in Threatened and Endangered bat surveys including the Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis), the Northern Long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) and the Gray bat (Myotis gresescens), and stands ready to assist you no matter what your environmental survey need. MEC uses the latest approved techniques to perform the necessary studies to identify the potential habitats and potential presences or probable absence of listed threatened and endangered species. MEC will work closely with you to identify your needs and find necessary solutions in order to address any areas of concern with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
Whether you have a current environmental concern or plan to prevent a future one, McGehee Engineering Corp. has the answers. We are dedicated to providing a complete environmental compliance program, which meets your current and future needs. Our goal is to minimize your liability in the most cost-effective manner. Our environmental remediation services include the following:
MEC’s professional engineering staff is proven experts with integrating database operations with geographic analysis and mapping, providing accurate and reliable data for management, analysis, and decision-making. Our experienced and qualified staff can assist you with:
Wetland & Streams
McGehee Engineering Corp. personnel have training and expertise in stream assessment, stream restoration design and construction as well as wetland determinations, wetland restoration design and construction. The MEC team provides services in Natural Stream Channel Design, River & Stream Restoration using practices and functions from both Rosgen Natural Channel Design Techniques as well as Stream Mechanics Design Techniques. A few of the services offered for streams and wetlands include the following:
Threatened & Endangered Species
The presence of state or federally protected threatened or endangered species can significantly affect the way a project is designed and implemented. MEC routinely field surveys for protected, threatened and endangered species. MEC’s staff is skilled in the field procedures and reporting requirements that characterize a challenging field study. MEC has fulfilled a number of the threatened and endangered species studies and section 7 consultations in Alabama.