Housing and Urban Development
When conducting a Housing Urban Development (HUD) funded project, there are multiple environmental compliance steps that must be taken. Here are just a few examples:
- The HUD Environmental Site Assessment is a unique type of documentation that is required; it has strong emphasis on policy and procedure, so it is critical to meet all of the intricate details.
- A special HUD form called the “Environmental Assessment and Compliance Finds for the Related Laws” (Form 4128) must be completed. (HUD 4128 is an overview of any environmental concerns that may be associated with a particular project.)
GEPermit is one of the top consulting and planning firms to help with such compliance services. We have prepared over 2,000 HUD 4128s in 8 states including CA, AZ, NM, TX, PA, CO, FL, and CT within the last 4 years. This in-depth experience has given us the tools and abilities to complete such compliance quickly and efficiently.
In one such collaboration, GEPermit served as one of the primary environmental consultants for HUD’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) grant projects. We were very proud to be a part of this effort, which supported small to very large-scale development activities in excess of $153,000,000 throughout the United States.
These types of projects included critical tasks such as acquisition, rehabilitation, and redevelopment of a variety of properties, including vacant lots, single family, multi family developments and commercial properties.
Why HUD Form 4128 is Important: Compliance with Many Laws and Regulations
HUD Form 4128 is essential because it ensures your project complies with necessary laws and regulations, such as: