Metric Environmental offers extensive project experience in evaluation of sites for potential environmental impacts from hazardous materials and related operations. The Assessment – Remediation practice of Metric Environmental serves to assist our clients in the determination of the nature and extents of a variety of soil, surface and groundwater impairments. From Phase 1 ESAs and Phase 2 Investigations to Phase 3 remedial activities our staff of scientists, geologists and engineers work to provide scientifically defensible alternatives and assessments of commercial and industrial sites that may possess real or perceived environmental (Read More)

Metric Environmental has vast and unique industrial hygiene project experience ranging from small structures to large industrial and pharmaceutical facilities for both public and private clients. Our portfolio includes multiple large project environmental evaluations, remediation design and demolition management over the last decade such as the LaRue D. Carter Hospital, IUPUI Union Building and Indiana State Board of Health Building at the New Eskenazi Hospital, Anderson University Auditorium and the Indianapolis International Airport terminal (Read More)

Metric Environmental has extensive project experience in evaluating sites for potential environmental impacts to wetlands, waterways, and wildlife. With a diverse group of wetland scientists, environmental scientists, ecologists and other technical experts, we assist our clients with understanding and complying with State and Federal Clean Water Act regulations with respect to impacts to Waters of the U.S./Waters of the State and in the protection of other precious natural resources. We specialize in all areas of natural resource (Read More)

The NEPA and Permitting staff has experience in all aspects of the NEPA process as outlined by various federal agencies. We have completed NEPA documentation which adhered to the guidelines of the NEPA processes specified by the Federal Highway Administration, Federal Aviation Administration, U.S. Housing and Urban Development, Federal Transit Administration, and the Indiana National Guard (Read More)