Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is the process that systematically evaluates how a proposed project, program, or legislative action could potentially affect a community and its many environmental factors including: physical/chemical, biological, cultural and socioeconomic. The EIA process can be a challenging experience for all entities involved. To ensure that clients fully satisfy their requirements, Wolf Eagle Environmental coordinates with government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels, architectural and engineering firms and private companies with interests in development. From the simplest to the most complicated assessments, our clients save considerable time and resources through Wolf Eagle Environmental’s command of EIA procedures, ascertaining the degree of investigation needed and navigating the swiftest course through the process. Phase I Environmental Site Assessments. Phase II ESA (Preliminary Contamination Assessments). Phase III ESAs (Contamination Assessments/Remedial Action Plan-RAP). Environmental Impact Statements/NEPA process. Wolf Eagle Environmental professionals can guide and direct your firm through the EIA regulatory process, representing your firm’s interests before authorities and optimizing the benefit of your project to the community.