Hollaway brings unparalleled qualifications to provide environmental consulting, coastal planning, interagency coordination, strategic communication, and public engagement services necessary to fully develop and implement an effective project. We do this by working in lockstep with you, our valued client, to ensure that all phases of a project are seamlessly delivered.

  • The Harris County Modeling, Assessment and Awareness Project (MAAPnext)

    The Harris County Flood Control District and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are partnering to deliver the Harris County Modeling, Assessment and Awareness Project, or MAAPnext. MAAPnext is a county-wide flood hazard assessment project that will use the latest available technology and data to produce a comprehensive set of flood hazard maps and information for the 23 watersheds within Harris County.

  • Odyssey Engineering Group Brand Refresh

    Hollaway Environmental + Communications Services provided creative services to support Odyssey Engineering Group, LLC, in a corporate branding refresh. This collaborative initiative aimed to redefine Odyssey Engineering's overall corporate image, creating a cohesive, engaging, and professional brand identity across various communication channels.

  • 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.

  • State Highway 87 Revetment

    To support TxDOT, Hollaway prepared a Biological Evaluation (BE) and conducted intensive habitat surveys (ground and drone technology) for the eastern Black Rail, Piping Plover, Rufa Red Knot, and sea turtle to support consultation with USFWS for a proposed revetment project near High Island and Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge in Galveston County, Texas.

  • State Highway 99 Segment I-2 Cedar Bayou Bridge

    Hollaway worked closely with TxDOT’s contractor to meet restoration obligations under a Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 404 permit, as construction activities resulted in a severed hydrological connection to a large wetland complex (causing it to dry up). Hollaway facilitated negotiations between TxDOT, USACE, and the contractor to identify a solution that met the spirit of the CWA. Hollaway quickly designed, obtained approval for, and implemented a Voluntary Restoration Plan that restored and enhanced three forested wetlands.

  • 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.

  • Halls Bayou Watershed Program

    Hollaway serves the Harris County Flood Control District and LAN as the Environmental Program Manager supporting $110 million in projects for the Halls Bayou Watershed as authorized by the 2018 Flood Control Bond. The Halls Bayou watershed covers more than 45 square miles and 20 miles of linear stream within Harris County, and Hollaway supports environmental compliance and field studies necessary to develop and deliver damage reduction projects throughout the watershed.

  • $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.