Georgia Department of Transportation On-call Environmental Services


The United States has more than four million miles of roadways, which can substantially impact our environment if not managed properly. VHB’s environmental scientists and planners have worked with multiple Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) district offices to provide historical, archaeological, and ecological surveys; protect native species and waterways; conduct air and noise surveys; prepare NEPA documents; and conduct public meetings, among many other services. Often, we’ve needed to deliver our services on an expedited basis for GDOT to let a project as scheduled. As transportation engineers, we know it’s important for the traveling public to get where they need to go. But as environmentalists, we understand that the environmental and social impacts of roads often extend far beyond the road itself.

A car drives along a rural road next to a waterway in Georgia.


  • Georgia Department of Transportation


  • Air & Noise Analysis

  • Archaeology

  • Historic Resource Surveys

  • NEPA Documentation & Analysis

  • Public Outreach

  • Threatened & Endangered Species Surveys

  • Wetlands Delineation