EN3 Professionals provides a wide range of expertise and services to diverse clients in energy industries and related entities. Recent clients include investor – owned and public utilities, renewable energy developers, land managers, and permitting authorities. Our skills include site assessment, planning and development; permitting with applicable local, state and federal agencies; environmental and cultural impact studies; and transmission planning and integration. Our engineers, scientists and regulatory policy specialists offer a comprehensive and experienced team in this exciting and rapidly-changing industry.
Water Resources & Supply
EN3 Professionals has broad expertise in watershed science and hydrology, in addition to hydraulic and flood studies, applied to projects ranging from large watersheds to individual reaches of small but important perennial and ephemeral streams, considering flows that vary from base flow to probable maximum flow (PMF). We utilize stand-alone in addition to CAD/GIS-connected modeling that is grounded in measurement and observation. Additionally, we offer experience in water supply and water infrastructure, including: production wells, treatment, transmission, storage, controls and distribution. An Associate, Dr. Joseph Fernando, is an international expert on the fluid dynamics of the earth’s oceans and atmosphere.
EN3 Professionals has extensive experience and skills in environmental engineering and management. Key services include environmental permitting, e.g., NEPA, CAA, CWA, SMCRA); environmental exposure and risk assessments; atmospheric dispersion modeling, hydrology assessments; waste management; and mitigation planning, strategies and technologies; Our decades of experience support the needs of industrial clients, land managers, regulatory agencies, NGOs, community organizations, and local, state, tribal and federal governments.
Ecology & Health
EN3 Professionals provides a wide range of ecological services in support of projects including development, mitigation, and restoration or remediation of degraded ecosystems. Our scientists and engineers have a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the planning and implementation of restoration programs, and decades of experience in monitoring ecological parameters such as air and water quality and biological communities, including threatened, rare and invasive species. We have coordinated with many agencies, private landowners, and collaborative groups on numerous projects to see them through from the planning stage to completion.