This course provides a comprehensive overview of the Endangered Species Act’s impact on land development projects, helping engineers understand endangered species, their implications, and how to access preliminary data to avoid delays during development.
This continuing education course will help students understand the important link between the Endangered Species Act and its impact on land development projects. Having an understanding of the Endangered Species Act is paramount for planners in the early stages of a land development project because it can mitigate high-cost project hindrances during the initial stages.
This course aims to offer fundamental insights into endangered species and their impact on land development. It covers ways engineers can access initial project-specific data related to this subject.
Author: David E. Fantina, PE
Course Number: 321
Course Hours: 4 PDH