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ACER provides our clients with regulatory compliance services to ensure National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements have been satisfied prior to development.  NEPA compliance is required for projects funded, regulated, or permitted by a federal agency.  The Council on Environmental Quality has promulgated regulations (40 CFR Parts 1500-1508) for implementing NEPA, which require potential impacts on the human environment be considered prior to undertaking an action.  When potential negative impacts are identified, NEPA requires an Environmental Assessment (EA) be conducted.  ACER screens for the following factors as part of a NEPA Survey:

  • Wilderness Areas

  • Wildlife Preserves

  • Threaten or Endangered Species

  • Historic, Archaeological, or Architectural Significance

  • Indian Religious Sites

  • Floodplains

  • Wetlands, Deforestation

  • National Scenic and Historical Trails

  • National Scenic Byways

  • National Wild and Scenic Rivers

  • Section 106 Compliance

  • Environmental Impact Statements

AT&T Site "Blackburn & Essex," for Velocitel, Inc.

ACER, on behalf of AT&T Mobility, initiated a Section 106 review to the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC) for a proposed collocation on a building at 260 North Wycombe Avenue in Lansdowne, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.  During the Section 106 review process, the PHMC requested...

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Tower Site Compliance
T&E Species Survey
Habitat Assessments
Historic Properties
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