From Air Quality Services
Davenport Engineering, Inc. has the capabilities and resources to tackle all of your air quality compliance and permitting needs. We provide air permitting services, ranging from securing individual air permits for major projects, to cleaning up and revising administrative inaccuracies or errors in existing air permits.
Davenport Engineering, Inc. staff is comprised of multiple South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Certified Permitting Professionals (CPP) and a team of support engineers whom are well versed in the programs that govern air quality permitting. Select programs include: Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD), New Source Review (NSR), Title V, and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). These programs address numerous different aspects of air quality permitting and must be evaluated with the project to determine the appropriate air quality analysis required in order to provide accurate air permitting services.
Davenport Engineering specializes in providing air permitting services for new construction and modification projects for complex industrial clients. Davenport Engineering’s role in these projects includes defining the Best Available Control Technology (BACT)/Lowest Achievable Emissions Rate (LAER) control technology requirements, preparing the permit application package (with associated air impact analysis and rule compliance analysis), secure emission offset credits, respond to agency information requests, and negotiate for the most favorable permit conditions. We have a very successful track record of obtaining permits-to-construct within budget and schedule.
Davenport Engineering, Inc. believes that is essential whenever performing air permitting services that an evaluation is performed which examines operations limitations to the permit holder. Davenport Engineering always seeks to provide air permitting services which provide maximum flexibility to the permit holder. Davenport Engineering believes this is critical so as to ensure that air permitting will not have a negative impact on daily business operations.