Obtaining the necessary permits for a project can be a huge roadblock to progress if you are not familiar with what permits you need or how to get them. Fabre Engineering & Surveying can help! We provide extensive permitting assistance for projects of all sizes. From package preparation to permit display, our experienced professionals can help you determine which permits you need and can help you procure them as quickly and easily as possible so that you can move to the next phase in your project.
We have experience in obtaining permits for facilities such as:
- Residential subdivisions
- commercial projects
- transportation projects
- stormwater management systems including through the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)
- water supply, treatment, and distribution systems
- wastewater collection, treatment and reuse/disposal systems
- dredge and fill projects
- mitigation projects
- solid waste management projects
- and more.
Don’t see your project on the list? These are just a few examples of the types of projects that we have acquired permits for. Give us a call today to see how we can help your project with your permitting needs.
Depending on the permitting agency, the requirements and processes for obtaining your permits vary. Don’t get bogged down in research and incomplete submissions - let Fabre Engineering & Surveying ensure that you submit everything you need to get your permits quickly. Whether you need local, state, or federal permits in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, or Texas we can help.
We’ve helped hundreds of clients with agencies such as:
- Cities, Counties and Utilities
- The Florida Department of Environmental Protection
- The Alabama Department of Environmental Management
- Departments of Transportation
- The Army Corps of Engineers
- The Environmental Protection Agency
- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
- The Federal Aviation Administration
- Rural Development (formerly Farmers Home Administration)
- Water Management Districts
- The Department of Health & Rehabilitative Services
- The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
- Department of Natural Resources