Environmental Engineering

At L.R. Kimball, our forward-looking approach to environmental consulting means that our clients – and the communities they serve – can expect cost-effective, sustainable solutions that meet their needs.

Sustainable Goals

Whether our licensed and certified environmental experts are providing environmental assessments, conducting in-depth geotechnical investigations or reviewing a project for full regulatory compliance, we are always driven to meet three goals:

  • Fully and cost-effectively address client needs while keeping community environments safe and intact 
  • Reduce the impact of growth and development on the natural environment 
  • Protect the ecosystem for generations to come

Business-Focused and Conservation-Minded

We provide of full range of environmental engineering consulting services to industrial and commercial entities, watershed organizations, and local, state, and federal government agencies. Our services are designed to meet the varied needs of the clients we serve while keeping community-based environmental considerations front and center.

  • Environmental, health, and safety (EHS) program development 
  • EHS auditing 
  • EHS training 
  • Environmental planning 
  • Environmental permitting 
  • Environmental reporting 
  • Hazardous materials assessment 
  • Environmental assessment 
  • Emergency planning and management 
  • Industrial hygiene 
  • Indoor air quality 
  • Safety

Paperless Reporting

As an added benefit, our specialists can deliver most data systems in a geo-referenced database with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) interface. Through this technology, voluminous paper reports and complex spread sheets become a thing of the past, replaced by computer-based data that can be easily accessed and quickly put to use.

Finding a Feasible Solution with the Least Environmental Impact
L.R. Kimball provides corridor analysis services for energy projects and new infrastructure development, such as highways, bridges and roadways, to help determine the best corridor for structure placement. During these studies, we balance cost, environmental concerns, transmission efficiency and community interests with project needs to determine the best options.