Local Expertise Where and When You Need It

As experienced environmental professionals, we bridge the gap between you and federal and state agencies. We’ll help you navigate complex regulatory compliance requirements by gathering the critical information needed to acquire the appropriate permits for your project. Our environmental professionals will ensure your project meets regulatory compliance requirements from beginning to end.

We have the environmental expertise you need, where you need it. With both engineers and environmental professionals on teams in or near your community with experience with local regulations, we can react quickly to provide the information you need to move forward.

We’re very familiar with our local and state water, wetlands, and wildlife and have the field experience and agency relationships to get your job done efficiently and on schedule.


  • 404 permitting

  • Joint applications

  • Limited Phase II Environmental Site Assessment

  • MEPA/NEPA compliance

  • MPDES/NPDES discharge individual permitting

  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

  • Stormwater management and permitting: MSGP, Construction General Permit, SWPPP

  • Wetland delineation and mitigation

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Allendale Canal and Fish Screen

Philipsburg, Montana

Allendale Canal and Fish Screen is part of the Flint Creek Water Project, owned by the Montana Department of Resources and Conservation (DNRC) and operated by the Flint Creek Water Users Association.

Deep Creek Canyon Bridges

Deep Creek Canyon, Montana

Morrison-Maierle designed a modular, pre-cast bridge system that replaced three structures in a narrow Montana canyon in less than 60 hours.

Oregon Creek Stream Restoration

Mount Haggin, Montana

Morrison-Maierle’s Oregon Creek Stream restoration project designed and used an advanced monitoring technique to create 1,400 lineal feet of new stream channel and four acres of new floodplain.

South Ponds Remediation

Columbia Falls, Montana

The South Ponds Remediation project returned the site to its natural condition and reduced the need for future operation and maintenance tasks in the Flathead River floodplain.

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