Environmental services are crucial for the successful development of a project, while at the same time protecting our human and natural environment.
We know that environmental compliance can be the biggest challenge to any project, and having a thorough and complete understanding of the ever-changing regulations and requirements is the most valuable tool to a successful project.
A&M applies an interdisciplinary team approach to the design of a project while stressing the avoidance and minimization of adverse impacts to the environment. This approach has allowed us to establish and maintain excellent working relationships with resource and permitting agencies, while also saving our clients critical time and money.
Environmental Consulting Services Offered:
Chapter 91 Applications
FEMA Elevation Certificates and Letter of Map Amendments
Local, State, and Federal Permitting
Massachusetts Endangered Species Act (MESA) Filings
Massachusetts Natural Heritage & Endangered Species (NHESP) Review
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES) Filings
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP)
Wetland Replication Design
Recent Structural Engineering Projects
Jefferson Park Federal - Cambridge, MA
Jefferson Park Federal is a federally-assisted multi-family community in North Cambridge adjacent to Jefferson Park State. The project involved the demolition and reconstruction to create 108 units within six buildings. The original development was built on a former brick manufacturing site with a water filled clay pit. It was completed as a …
The preliminary phase of The Oasis at Plymouth, a 320-unit apartment complex, which is being permitting under the State’s General Law Chapter 40B program, has been completed.Located just behind the Home Depot, the project will include six, four-story buildings and associated garage buildings and surface parking spaces. The upscale design …
Located at 2 Forbes Road, this project consists of renovating the existing hotel lobby and entrance way into a larger and more attractive area complete with a new restaurant (Matadora Spanish Steak & Tapas) and outdoor seating area. An additional drainage system was designed to handle the building footprint expansion, as well as an …
Located on the former WR Grace EPA Superfund site between Tower Park Drive and Cummings Park, this redevelopment project consists of a 250 room dual-brand hotel, two standalone restaurants and associated parking and roadway improvements along Washington Street. Extensive permitting included Woburn City Council Site Plan Approval & Special Permit, Woburn Conservation Commission …
Making Legacy Place into a reality involved site engineering, land survey and extensive Federal, State and local permitting. The total project area encompasses approximately 47 acres of property in Dedham and consisted of the consolidation of several smaller parcels to establish the development area and re-development of the former National Amusement’s Showcase …
Located on a major thoroughfare, 620 Washington Street is considered one of the gate-way properties to Winchester. During the 1900’s, the property was used by the James H. Winn Watch Hand factory to manufacture luminescent dials. Even earlier, the property was used by the Metropolitan Sewerage Commission, now known as the Massachusetts Water …