Natural Resources Inventories

Owners face a myriad of regulatory constraints and design and construction options while seeking to avoid impacts to natural resources. Making the wrong decisions based on inaccurate information can result in regulatory disputes, lost time due to permitting needs, additional mitigation requirements, and an increase in costs over the full project life cycle.

Natural resources investigations are essential components in the design and implementation of successful projects. They set the stage for proper analysis of project alternatives, and they provide important information to the decision makers throughout a project's planning, design, and construction stages.

JMT's team of environmental scientists and specialists provide accurate and defensible resource inventories in accordance with established federal, state, and local regulatory guidelines, and for a wide variety of environmental, ecological, biological, and habitat contexts. We perform accurate and comprehensive natural resource investigations in a timely, cost-effective manner.

JMT has a wealth of experience and knowledge in providing the following specific services:

  • Wetland and waterways delineation
  • Wetland functions & values assessments
  • Forest stand delineations & forest conservation plans
  • Rare, threatened & endangered species surveys
  • Invasive species surveys & management
  • Stream corridor assessments
  • Benthic macroinvertebrate & fisheries studies
  • Biological/botanical investigations
  • Ecological risk assessments
  • Soils investigations


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Campbell Blvd Roadway Improvements

JMT conducted environmental evaluations and alignment studies for three alternative alignments for the extension of Campbell Boulevard.

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Powder Mill Run Assessment, Restoration & Design

JMT provided a full range of environmental, drainage and stormwater management design services to study and restore a stream corridor to meet NPDES requirements.

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MD 4 Corridor Study

JMT performed a Stage I, II, and III project planning study to analyze the potential traffic and environmental impacts of widening a roadway corridor. 

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I-95, Section 200 Project Planning

JMT provided the full range of planning-level services, including environmental studies, engineering alternatives, travel demand forecasts, and right-of-way assistance, for the proposed expansion of 17 miles of I-95.

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Montrose Parkway

JMT provided planning, design and construction services for this complex roadway project.

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