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High Ridge

High Ridge, Missouri

Client:THF Realty

Terra Technologies was retained by THF High Ridge Development, LLC to perform necessary project activities in order to secure a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Section 404 Individual Permit and Missouri Department of Natural Resources Water Quality Certification. Obtaining the aforementioned permits was required to facilitate the commercial and single-family residential development of the subject parcel.  

Before Terra Technologies was involved in the project, a permit application had been prepared and submitted to the USACE for proposed impacts to intermittent stream channels expected to occur as part of planned development of the approximate 84-acre undeveloped tract of land.  During the time in which the application was under review with the USACE, inadvertent filling resulted in a permit violation.   The incident was self-reported and negotiations for compensatory mitigation were completed.

Terra Technologies was subsequently retained to review current development plans and proposed impacts to jurisdictional environs, to prepare Responses to Public Comments received during earlier stages of the project, consider minimization of impacts from current development plans, to develop onsite compensatory wetland and stream mitigation options, and to coordinate the purchase of mitigation credits from the Fox Creek Stream Mitigation Bank to compensate for the balance of impacts remaining following onsite mitigation efforts.

The USACE Section 404 Permit, including the Onsite Compensatory Mitigation Plan and Water Quality Certification, has been received and project construction was initiated in 2008.




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