Make Sure You Are DEC Compliant
Lakeside Engineering provides a host of services and professional consulting for DEC regulated Permitting.
These include Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) stormwater management & stream disturbance permitting, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP), transaction screenings, Underground & Aboveground Storage Tanks (UST/AST) investigations & closures, property preservation, demolition services, feasibility studies, and drone aerial surveys for wetland and stormwater delineations.
Why are DEC Permits Required?
The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is a regulatory State agency that focuses on the evaluation, protection, and enhancement of the environment.
To ensure the private and public entities do not infringe on these principles, the DEC requires permits for a host of actions. Obtaining applicable permit(s) will help define the requirements to be included in the design while also protecting the applicant from fines or prosecution for failure to do so.
We provide professional consulting and assistance for DEC permitting as it relates to actions such as property development, site disturbances, wetland delineation, stormwater practices, and much more. Also, obtaining applicable permitting allows us to define the appropriate requirements for a design.
Get started by scheduling a Free Consultation with us today, or fill out our Project Survey→ to tell us about your project
Based on your project type, we will provide you with a custom proposal that outlines the scope of services required to bring your project from start to finish
We will visit the project site to analyze site conditions, record accurate dimensions, and collect the necessary photography to ensure your project goes smoothly throughout the process
We'll then begin the project design, including drafting and performing the structural calculations required to complete your project
You'll get the final say on your project with a clear opportunity for changes, revisions, or requests before project completion
Once you are satisfied, our Licensed Professional Engineer will stamp and certify your project