EnSafe earned the top category honor in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Tennessee’s Engineering Excellence competition. Winners were announced at the ACEC annual awards banquet held November 4, 20211, in Nashville.
The Grand Award presented to EnSafe was in the category of Water Resources for a Hydrology and Hydraulic Modeling project performed in support of the Dave Donaldson Wildlife Management Area (DDWMA) near Knobel, Arkansas.
Wetland Restoration, Enhancement, and Preservation along the Loosahatchie River
EnSafe’s West Tennessee Wetland Mitigation Bank is transforming former farmland into a self-managing, sustainable, and productive wetland using hydrological and ecological design that leverages nature’s unparalleled capacity for ecosystem restoration. A sea of small orange flags speckling the wintery landscape of West Tennessee is a welcomed sight for EnSafe’s ecological staff. A host of small […]Continue reading
Part 1 of 3: Five Tips for Successfully Navigating Compensatory Mitigation
How to Keep your Project on Track when Mitigation is Required Is there a stream, wetland, or other aquatic resource (e.g. pond) on your project site? You’ll need to do some proactive legwork if you suspect your project will impact water resources regulated by the US Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) or waters of the […]Continue reading