Amy M. Brook
Master of Science, Geological Oceanography, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Bachelor of science, Marine Sciences, Texas A&M University at Galveston
Amy has over 22 years of experience in environmental documents and analyses in accordance with local, state, and federal guidelines on transportation related projects including roadways, waterlines, hike and bike trails, and bridge replacement projects. Her technical experience includes performing environmental studies and writing environmental assessments (EA) and categorical exclusions (CE) to national environmental policy act (NEPA) standards. She has performed over 30 EAS and 90 CES to NEPA standards. Amy has prepared NEPA-compliant environmental documentation for review and approval by various federal agencies such as the federal transit authority (FTA), federal emergency management agency (FEMA), U.S. army corps of engineers (USACE), U.S. department of agriculture (USDA), and U.S. environmental protection agency (EPA), and state agencies such as the Texas department of transportation (TxDot) and Texas water development board (TWDP); many of the larger TxDot projects required federal highway administration (FHWA) review and approval. Her technical experience includes biological resource surveys, wetland delineations and determinations, USACE section 404 and section 10 permitting, habitat analysis, community cohesion, socioeconomic and environmental justice evaluations, hazardous materials analyses, and indirect and cumulative impact (ICI) analyses.