Environmental Management

  • Environmental Construction landscapes to prevent erosion
  • Landscaping environmentally critical areas
  • Landscaping for flood prevention
  • Environmental Construction controls water run-off by installing rain gardens

Landscaping for wildlife, wetlands, and critical areas is an integral part of our business.

Our staff, which includes a Wetlands Ecologist and Botanist, works in conjunction with Certified Environmental Consultants, Landscape Architects, Soil Engineers, Arborists and other specialists to successfully complete your landscape project. Our experience of working in environmentally critical areas has given us the ability to guide your landscape development at or above the standards of the municipal, state and regulatory agencies.

Types of Environmentally Critical Areas:

  • Landslide-Prone Areas
  • Liquefaction-Prone Areas
  • Flood-Prone Areas
  • Wetlands and Buffers
  • Riparian Corridors
  • Steep Slopes
  • Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Areas

Put our experience and knowledge to work for you. If you've experienced flood damage and need flood restoration, Environmental Construction, Inc. has the ability to repair the damage and service a variety of environmental management concerns. We value the Pacific Northwest wildlife, streams, and wetlands. It is always our focus to ensure that the environment is maintained. The integrity of our resources is our top priority.

Flood Prevention & Restoration

Environmental Construction has the expertise and equipment necessary to rebuild and repair landscapes and streams after a flood. In Northwest Washington, flooding is a regular occurrence. Let us help you be prepared for our rainy season by installing proper drainage systems and hillside landscaping.

Stream Relocation

Stream relocation is a delicate process. We work closely with Certified Environmental Consultants who understand Department of Fisheries and other government agencies to ensure proper relocation efforts.

Coir Logs & Silt Fencing

These are two product often used in stream restoration and during a landscape project. Coir logs are typically made from coconut fiber and are permanently placed above stream banks to control sediment intrusion. Silt fencing is a temporary barrier installed to prevent sediment runoff while the site is under development. Silt fencing is generally removed upon project completion

Urban Wildlife Habitats

We create urban wildlife habitats for those individuals who enjoy attracting wildlife into their yards. This can involve leaving large tree trunks in place, so as to provide food for birds as they decay over time, and typically involves a water source.


Obtaining proper permit before starting a job is critically important to assure your efforts go smoothly. We will assist in this process. Permits can be costly and may cause a delay.

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