Program & Construction Management

Feral Hog Mitigation Program

Feral Hog Mitigation Program Harris County,TX RGME was retained by the Harris County Watershed Protection Group to assist the county with planning and implementing an assessment of changes in water quality and feral hog impacts associated with Harris County Precinct 3’s feral hog mitigation project in Barker and Addicks Reservoirs. Under a Coastal Impact Assistance Program […]

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Wetlands and Stream Mitigation Bank Feasibility Study (Fort Bend County)

Wetlands and Stream Mitigation Bank Feasibility Study (Fort Bend County) Fort Bend County,TX RGME prepared a feasibility study to determine if the development of a mitigation bank should be pursued, alone or in concert with a partner organization.  The study researched and determined the anticipated supply and demand of stream and wetland credits in the

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Green Infrastructure Incentives Study, City of Houston, Chief Resilience Officer, Houston, Texas

Green Infrastructure Incentives Study, City of Houston, Chief Resilience Officer, Houston, Texas Houston,TX RG. Miller Engineers, Inc. (RGME) interviewed peer cities to identify best practices for encouraging private sector developments to use green stormwater infrastructure (GSI). RGME interviewed developers to better understand and evaluate the financial models used in making development decisions and to identify

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Municipal Stormwater Quality Compliance for Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District No. 50

Municipal Stormwater Quality Compliance for Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District No. 50 Houston, TX As a result of the 2010 U.S. Census the urbanized area of Houston expanded to include the Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District No. 50 (the “District”). This triggered a new Clean Water Act permitting obligation for the District. The

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Residential green infrastructure (GI) standards for Imagination Zones, Harris County Engineering Department and Harris County Community Services Department

Residential green infrastructure (GI) standards for Imagination Zones, Harris County Engineering Department and Harris County Community Services Department Houston, TX RGME was selected as one of two prime consultants to assist Harris County with implementing its Single-Family New Construction Program (SFNCP) using U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grant funding, through the Texas

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