Leading the industry
in the protection of
water quality & fish resources
We protect the environment so future generations can use and enjoy it like we do today.
We protect our clients so they can focus on building better projects.
At Point Environmental, we got into this industry because we enjoy hiking, hunting, fishing, and being outdoors, and have a general aversion to being trapped in an office.
We see the degradation of our natural environment and worry that our children and grandkids will not be able to have the same experiences that we’ve had. Human demand on the Earth is ever increasing and we believe in the responsible use of natural resources.
There is a better way to get along with the environment while getting the job done and Point Environmental serves the right way.
Get the peace of mind you deserve by letting us fulfill your inspector requirements.
Let us help with permitting and planning for your 1200-C permit or Construction Stormwater General Permit.
We can salvage fish before your next in-water project or survey your forest streams before the next timber sale.
Point Environmental provided fish salvage for this bridge replacement project on the Oregon Cascade Lakes Scenic Highway in 2017. We used backpack electro-fishing to evacuate fish from the construction area prior to the installation of the highway detour structure.Read More
Point Environmental provided 1200-C permit inspection throughout development which consists of clearing the land of existing trees, brush, and vegetation, grading to accommodate the lot layout, constructing new roads, curbs, and sidewalks, and installing all utilities.Read More
Our core values:
Protect our natural resources.
Work with honesty & integrity.
Protect our clients’ interest.
Point Environmental was started in 2013 by Michael Zenthoefer as a vehicle to better serve clients in the civil development/construction and natural resource management industries.
Our mission is to help our clients preserve the environment and natural resources so they can build excellent projects.