“For me it’s an honor to be part of the ECT team in the Midwest. We have several new employees, including me, on the Midwest Natural Resource team, and it’s a great opportunity to work together to build something amazing,” said Ruth Ann Sobnosky. “Not only have we established an Ohio office, but I am helping develop new clients, new markets, and I’m excited to announce ECT is now an Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) prequalified environmental consultant.”
Ruth Ann recently guided ECT through the process to become a prequalified environmental consultant with ODOT, and is herself prequalified in categorical exclusions, managing the environmental and project development process (National Environmental Policy Act and Section 4(f)). She is also fully trained with ODOT in ecological surveys, project development process, purpose and need, Section 6(f), and waterway permits.
As a result, ECT is prequalified to complete ecological surveys, waterway permits, wetland and stream mitigation, and other environmental documents, including environmental impact statements, environmental assessments, categorical exclusions, and Section 4(f) for ODOT and local public agencies.