Belaire Environmental, Inc.'s (BEI) capabilities and experience have been centered particularly in the areas of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (COE) permit support, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) environmental assessments, Endangered Species Act compliance, habitat assessments, wetland habitat restoration and other coastal environmental areas. BEI is certified as a woman owned Texas Historically Under-Utilized Business.

BEI is a group of highly specialized environmental scientists based in Rockport, Texas. Over the past 40 years, personnel of BEI have played a key leadership role in planning and permitting some of the largest and most complex projects along the coasts of Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, and other regions. We have been involved in the acquisition of at least 1,000 permits. We have performed planning, permitting, planting, monitoring, and/or construction of more than 4,000 acres of oyster reefs, seagrass beds, beneficial use marsh islands and fresh, brackish, and salt marsh wetlands in Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas. Our projects include ports and harbors, oil and gas drilling, storage, transportation and production, wind farms, access channels, canal subdivisions, habitat restoration and enhancement, mitigation and many others. We have installed more than five million wetland plants. Our wetland nursery operations (Wetland Nurseries, Inc.) include more than 3,000 acres in Texas and Louisiana. Our client list includes a diverse base of private industry companies, as well as the Corps of Engineers (Galveston District), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, National Marine Fisheries Service, and the National Park Service. Since virtually all of BEI's business centers around the COE permitting process, we have built an excellent working relationship with the COE and other resource agencies. This relationship allows BEI to provide its clients with effective, efficient, and timely permit support services which result in rapid and successful COE permit issuance.

BEI utilizes Geographic Information System (GIS) Services for all mapping applications including topographic/bathymetric surveys, mapping and data acquisition, modeling & analysis and map production. BEI’s other capabilities include environmental assessments; planning of access roads and channels; environmental services for wind farm developments; dredge material management and beneficial use wetlands; feasibility studies for habitat enhancement of fish and wildlife resources; planning, permitting, and creation of vegetation erosion control measures; wetland delineations; evaluations of critical and unique habitats for threatened and endangered species; and performance of pre- and post-construction surveys for determining impacts to seagrasses, wetlands, oysters, and other habitat types and many other services.