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Environmental Permitting for Your Large-scale Development Projects in Tennessee

Environmental Permitting for Your Large-scale Development Projects in TennesseeEnvironmental permitting in Tennessee can be complicated. Navigating the complexities of large-scale development requires understanding the specific challenges and regulatory demands of you project. You need a partner with a wealth of experience and expertise, and a track record of ensuring developments meet all federal, state, and local environmental regulations. Lord & …

Saving Landfill Costs through Beneficial Reuse

Saving Landfill Costs through Beneficial Reuse

Saving Landfill Costs through Beneficial ReuseAs urban development continues to flourish, particularly in fast-growing regions like Tennessee and other Southeastern states, developers face a myriad of challenges, one of which is dealing with contaminated soil. This issue not only poses environmental concerns but also brings substantial financial implications, primarily due to the high costs associated with landfill disposal. However, there’s …

How to Appeal a Corps of Engineers Decision

How to Appeal a Corps of Engineers Decision

How to Appeal a Corps of Engineers DecisionIt is not uncommon for disagreements to arise regarding the regulatory status of a wetland or stream. With changes to the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule, the development industry has often been left in a state of confusion. Additionally, there are instances where the Corps of Engineers’ decision on a permit …

Residential Subdivision Environmental Planning and Permitting in the Southeast U.S.

Residential Subdivision Environmental Planning and Permitting

The residential development market is experiencing a period of robust growth in The Southeastern US, particularly Middle Tennessee and Nashville. With new residential units in high demand, the tasks of environmental planning and execution take center stage. Whether it’s breathing new life into an urban brownfield or ushering in a suburban greenfield development, maintaining a rigorous construction schedule, and avoiding permitting delays are paramount.