We provide environmental compliance and engineering services throughout the Southeast. For over 22 years, Edwards-Pitman has worked closely with public and private clients to ensure that all state and federal requirements are met.
We prepare air quality assessments for carbon monoxide (CO), particulate matter (PM2.5), and mobile source air toxics (MSAT) utilizing the latest EPA models and guidance.
We provide sole source environmental services, including archaeological and ecological services, for over 109 airports in the Southeast, including the world's busiest.
Our archaeology staff has decades of experience in the survey (Phase I), assessment (Phase II) and mitigation (Phase III) of prehistoric, historic, and urban archaeological sites.
We provide a broad range of ecological services including terrestrial ecology, wetland ecology, and freshwater ecology.
We employ the latest geographic information systems (GIS) technologies and methods to support our special studies.
Our historic architectural resources services include all aspects of the Section 106 compliance process.
Our experienced staff manages and documents a variety of environmental projects, including NEPA and state-regulated projects.
Our team conducts noise impact assessments and designs noise barrier walls for transportation projects.
Our remote sensing techniques employ state-of-the-art equipment for a variety of archaeological delineations.
EP conducted an air quality assessment that included carbon monoxide (CO), qualitative Particulate Matter (PM)2.5, and quantitative Mobile Source Air Toxics (MSAT).Air
EP provides document review and mitigation strategy services across the state of Georgia.Airport Services
EP conducted Phase I and Phase II archaeological reconnaissance for a new bridge in Albany, Georgia.Archaeology
EP identified and documented protected species and hundreds of ecological resources along State Route 107 in Turner, Irwin and Ben Hill counties, Georgia.Ecological Survey
EP developed a probability model for historic resource identification along State Route 400 in Fulton and Forsyth counties, Georgia.
EP surveyed and documented nearly 600 historic properties along a 24-mile corridor.
EP prepared the NEPA EA/FONSI for a proposed bypass widening in the City of Douglas.
EP conducted traffic noise analysis for one of Georgia's most heavily-traveled state roadways.
We are a team of experienced professionals with decades of experience in environmental compliance and engineering services. We've worked with hundreds of clients on high-profile projects throughout the Southeast.
We're with you every step of the way. From kick-off to construction, our dedicated staff ensures that state and federal regulations are met and schedules maintained.
Compliance is complicated. We aren't. From day one, we work with you to accomplish your project goals. We communicate with you throughout all phases of the project and help you address any concerns along the way.
For a list of our prequalifications, NAICS codes, and capacity, please take a look at our capabilities statement.
Linda Edwards is the President and CEO of Edwards-Pitman Environmental, Inc. (Edwards-Pitman) located in Smyrna, Georgia, an environmental consulting firm that she started in 1994. She has over 30 years of experience in the fields of project development, engineering design, and a wide range of environmental services. Linda received her Bachelors of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Mississippi State University in 1985. Edwards-Pitman is a sole-source provider of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) services and documentation with expertise in the fields of ecology, air, noise, history, and archaeology. The firm is certified as a woman-owned, Disadvantaged, and Small Business Enterprise with a host of agencies throughout the southeast. In 2014, Linda’s firm celebrated 20-years of success providing excellent, comprehensive environmental services to a wide variety of clients, including the Georgia Department of Transportation, other state DOTs; MARTA; Atlanta Beltline Inc.; Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, and multiple federal and local transportation agencies.
Over her distinguished career, Linda has received several awards of recognition. In 2008, Linda was recognized by the Mayor of Atlanta for significant contributions to the city’s successful diversity program. She earned a Female Business Enterprise (FBE) Phoenix Trailblazer Award, and was inducted into the city’s Women Flying High program for her years of professional service to the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. In just this past decade, her firm has been the recipient of multiple project excellence awards from the Georgia Partnership for Transportation Quality (GPTQ). In 2009, Linda received the Employer of the Year award from Women’s Transportation Seminar, and is currently a mentor with that organization’s Mentor-Protégé Program (Atlanta Chapter).
Linda is a member of the American Council of Consulting Engineers, the Association of State Highway Engineers, the Institute of Transportation Engineers, the Women’s Transportation Seminar, Georgia Airports Association, the Airport Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Airport Minority Advisory Council.
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