Houston National Historic Preservation Act

ESE Partners has unquestionably solidified its reputation on environmental projects that have to do with air, land, water and wildlife and the manner in which commercial and industrial use affects them (especially possibly damaging or otherwise negative effects), but we also play an integral role when the Houston National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 pertains to a proposed new endeavor.

So you can better comprehend the National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 in Houston TX, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) states this:

  • “Section 106 is triggered when a federal agency determines that it has a type of undertaking that has the potential to affect historic properties.”
  • Also from the ACHP: “Being aware of how a planning action may affect historic properties as early as possible, particularly when such information possesses long-term utility, is the efficient choice. This will streamline and enhance not only the Section 106 process, but the project’s ultimate outcome.”
  • For still more clarification, the Texas Historical Commission notes the following on its website: “Assessment of the effects of the undertaking on historic properties should be carried out by a professional….”

ESE Partners is exactly such a professional organization possessing the personnel, tools, technology and skills to carry out that type of Houston National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 assignment.

Our company is fortunate to make our home base in Texas, a place with such a noble historic past. So much that affects not only the Lone Star State, but our nation as a whole, has transpired here over the course of countless generations. Texans have a fierce sense of ownership in where they come from. They realize the importance of the National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 in Houston TX.

  • ESE Partners wishes to make this point clear: We share the unshakable desire of public officials and developers alike never to tamper with the beauty, uniqueness, and sanctity of a historic site or do anything to decrease its longevity because of any modern-day project.

We value any opportunity that allows us to participate in carrying out the provisions of the National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 in Houston TX.

 

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Talk to us anytime at 281-501-6100 to assist you with the Houston National Historic Preservation Act Section 106.

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