Civil Solutions Group

Wetland Delineation in Logan, UT

Providing Wetland Delineation Consulting and Wetland Permitting throughout Northern Utah. 

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Civil Solutions Group offers a variety of environmental planning services including wetland permitting and wetland delineation in Logan, UT. Determining the accurate boundaries of wetland within a plot of land helps ensure that the habitat is preserved. If the wetland will be impacted by construction, we will assist land owners, developers, contractors, and more during the permitting process to guarantee that your project is in compliance with the appropriate federal, state, and local requirements. Our experts have experience providing these services all throughout Utah as well as Idaho and Wyoming.


Get in touch with Civil Solutions Group for phase 1 ESAs as well as wetland permitting and delineation.


Wetlands offer a variety of benefits like flooding control, improving water quality, protecting biodiversity, and much more, so it’s necessary to take correct actions when pursuing projects in or around these areas.

Avoid Project Delays, Fines, and Roadblocks

Hiring an engineering firm to do permitting and wetland delineation in Logan, UT is a necessary step to avoid local, state, and federal violations. Not doing so may result in fines, extremely lengthy project delays, and other legal or financial roadblocks.

Maximize Land Use

When wetland delineation and permits are done early on in the development process, it helps maximize land usage for your project.

Protect Natural Habitats

We care about the environment and we know you do too. Our wetland delineation in Logan, UT helps eliminate the potential destruction of a natural wetland and even wildlife habitat.

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Types Of Wetlands In Utah

Types Of Wetlands In Utah

Although Utah has a cold desert climate and is ranked as the second driest state in the U.S., diverse wetlands are found throughout its landscape. As professionals specializing in wetland delineation in Utah, we’ve truly seen it all. Utah has so much to offer, and its...

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Explained

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Explained

In a commercial real estate transaction, it’s essential to complete a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment—commonly referred to as a Phase I ESA.  The purpose of a Phase I ESA is to research the current and historical uses of a property. The intent of this report is...

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