Coastal Texas Protection and Restoration Feasibility Study

Hollaway provided comprehensive communications, interagency coordination, stakeholder engagement and public outreach, and consensus building services for this $26B coastal storm risk management and ecosystem restoration program. Effort also included comprehensive review of economic and benefic-cost analysis for the proposed coastal storm risk management and ecosystem restoration measures, as well as development of the 2021 Feasibility Study Final Report.


Sabine Pass to Galveston Bay Program – Orange County Coastal Storm Risk Management Project

To support this $4B coastal storm risk management program in the Pre-Construction Engineering and Design Phase, Hollaway provides environmental planning and consulting services, as well as comprehensive communications, stakeholder engagement, and consensus building services.


Texas Coastal Resiliency Master Plan

Since the plan’s inception in 2016, Hollaway has provided stakeholder engagement and education efforts and graphic design/document preparation services. Hollaway designed the 2017, 2019, and 2023 versions of the State of Texas’ Coastal Resiliency Master Plan, which provides a framework for community, socio-economic, ecologic and infrastructure protection from coastal hazards including erosion and storm surge.


Mustang Island Commercial Development

In 2018, Hollaway began working with a commercial development group to consult on a planned development along the Texas Gulf Coast. Over the five-year project, Hollaway supported the client in studying and identifying environmental constraints, conducting environmental surveys, and preparing and submitting Clean Water Act (CWA) permits.


$2.5B Harris County Flood Control Bond Program

Following Hurricane Harvey in August 2017, Harris County Commissioners Court called a bond election to provide the opportunity for Harris County residents to vote on what could be $2.5 billion in bonds for flood risk reduction projects throughout Harris County. In an effort to provide more information about the bond program to Harris County residents, Hollaway was selected to support the Flood Control District through rapid planning and facilitation of 23 Community Engagement Meetings in each of Harris County’s 23 watersheds.


Surface Water Supply Project

Hollaway supports the West Harris County Regional Water Authority and North Fort Bend Water Authority in the delivery of the 55-mile-long, 8-foot-diameter water transmission line from the City of Houston’s Northeast Water Purification Plant to the west Houston and north Fort Bend County regions. Hollaway serves the project with community education, engagement, crisis communications, and environmental permitting services.

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