Green & Sustainable Remediation

Sustainable Approaches to Environmental Challenges

Roux specializes in the management, design, and implementation of Ecological Assessment and Mitigation projects. We provide a full range of services from initial site assessment, to development of restoration design, through to construction oversight and monitoring, ensuring overall project success. We have expertise in a variety of environments ranging from freshwater wetlands and tidal wetlands to riparian ecosystems—including sustainable shoreline stabilization design—to grassland and woodland habitats.

Roux staff develops mitigation plans designed to use and promote the growth of native vegetation, incorporating varying hydrologic zones that in turn support a diverse array of plant communities and wildlife. The Roux team has several professional certifications, including Professional Engineer (PE), International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborist, and Certified Wetland Delineator.

Market Leader

Ecological Services
  • Wetland Delineations and Jurisdictional Determination Evaluations
  • Wetlands and Coastal Permitting
  • Ecological Risk Assessment
  • ArcGIS Mapping and Data Analysis
  • Habitat Assessments
  • Rare, Threatened, and Endangered (RTE) Species Surveys and Management Plans
  • Invasive Species Surveys and Management
  • Sediment, Surface Water, and Groundwater Sampling and Analysis
  • Benthic Surveys
  • Hydrologic Studies
  • Sustainable Forest Management
  • Federal (NOAA and FWS) Biological Assessments
  • Essential Fish Habitat Assessment
  • Mitigation Plans
  • Wetland Restoration Monitoring

Roux is a nationally recognized leader in the design and implementation of sustainable “Green” Engineered Natural Systems (ENS) treatment technologies. Our award-winning ENS Group focuses on the application of these technologies to treat groundwater and surface water contamination, soils and sediments, and industrial/municipal wastewaters. Roux’s ENS designs operate passively, require little to no power, and thus reduce O&M requirements and costs.