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In preparing environmental assessments for compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) at local, state, and federal levels, TLC conducts field studies and assessments, geographic information system (GIS) mapping, and data gathering.




TLC staff has a variety of experience pertaining to water and wastewater design and/or evaluating. We have worked with major firms, such as Fluor Daniel, CDM Smith, and Freese and Nichols to provide innovative engineering solutions for an array of water and wastewater projects. For example, TLC has provided construction management services for the rehabilitation of ground storage tanks for the City of Houston. The project involved construction management services providing rehabilitation, inspections, and maintenance, as required for water storage tanks in all locations of the city.

Soil and Groundwater Remediation

 TLC is committed to protecting the environment and the public from adverse effects of hydrocarbon or other containment release in soil and groundwater. TLC complies with the site closure guidelines in place by the government.


In situ bioremediation (ISB) is the application of bioremediation in the subsurface – as compared to ex situ bioremediation, which applies to media readily accessible above ground. TLC performs both in situ and ex situ bioremediation.

Environmental Planning

  • Categorical exclusions

  • Environmental assessments

  • Environmental impact statements

  • Environmental policyProject

GIS, Mapping, and CADD Software

TLC uses state-of-the-art technology to provide our clients with the best quality product available. We use ArcView and ArcGIS software for mapping, ACAD and Revit for MEP and structural and architectural design, and AUTOCAD Civil 3D for site development. We also use Bentley MicroStation and Geopak software and STADD Pro for structural design.

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Following Hurricane Ike in 2008, many communities began projects that would prevent or minimize and mitigate storm water inundation. The following projects are individual task orders that resulted from an indefinite delivery contract that TLC received through the Texas General Land Office.

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