Press Releases 03-02-2017
AUSTIN, Texas — Halff Associates, Inc. (Halff), one of the nation’s leading engineering/architecture consulting firms, is proud to announce that Keith Dewey has joined Halff as environmental manager.
Keith has 22 years of experience in government and private-sector projects in the transportation, energy, and military industries. He has been responsible for authoring/managing environmental studies including community impact assessments, environmental justice determinations, cultural resource evaluations, Section 404 permitting, visual/aesthetic analyses, Section 4(f)/6(f) determinations, and natural resource impact analyses for NEPA/CEQA documents. He has worked on a variety of large-scale planning and design projects, involving both high-profile and controversial public relations issues.
Keith earned his Bachelor of Arts in Geography from the University of Missouri at Columbia. He obtained a certificate of Land Use and Environmental Planning from UC Davis and is certified with the American Institute of Certified Planners.
About the Firm
Halff is a Texas-based, employee-owned, multi-disciplined professional services firm. For 67 years, Halff has provided innovative solutions for clients in Texas and throughout the United States, offering full-service planning, engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, environmental, oil and gas, right of way, visualization, and surveying services. Halff has 14 offices in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. The firm is ranked #149 in Engineering News-Record magazine’s list of the top 500 design firms in the U.S. For more information, visit www.halff.com.
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