Hollaway Highlights

Meet Connor Stokes, Hollaway's Communications Technical Expert

Meet Connor Stokes, one of our more veteran employees. Connor is a Technical Expert for our communications team at Hollaway Environmental + Communications Services. Connor began his career with Hollaway in July of 2014 as an intern to fulfill the last remaining credit hours he needed to earn his minor in Professional Writing. At the time, the company CONTINUE READING

Hollaway Knows NEPA, Public Involvement and Public Engagement!

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? Communications and environmental representatives at Hollaway Environmental and Communications, Inc. (Hollaway), understand the National Environmental Protection Act, or NEPA, as a federal environmental law enacted on January 1, 1970, that promotes the enhancement of the environment. CONTINUE READING

Protecting Nature's Balance: The Vital Role of Protected Species Surveys in Environmental Projects

At Hollaway Environmental + Communications Services, protected species surveys are a necessary factor in ensuring that our client’s project(s) will not interfere with the ecological processes of the proposed project area. The Endangered Species Act (ESA), passed by Congress in 1973, aims to prevent the extinction of native flora and fauna in the United CONTINUE READING

Team Spotlight Blog: Meeting Hollaway's Marketing and Creative Services Team Lead, Tara Davis

This month, we are thrilled to shine the spotlight on one of Hollaway's exceptional team members, Tara Davis. A native Houstonian with strong ties to the vibrant and historic Third Ward community, Tara has always been captivated by weather patterns and storms. CONTINUE READING

The Power of ArcGIS and Mapping in Environmental Science

ArcGIS, an advanced and versatile geographic information system (GIS) software, empowers users to create intricate maps, conduct comprehensive data analysis, and seamlessly share their discoveries. With its extensive applications across various domains, ArcGIS has become an essential tool for organizations worldwide, including here at Hollaway. CONTINUE READING

Dredging Up Clarity: Analyzing the Sackett v. EPA Supreme Court Verdict

As trusted partners to our many clients, Hollaway Environmental + Communications Services, Inc. is keeping a close watch on federal court decisions and any new developments regarding the Clean Water Act so we can expertly help our clients navigate the perpetually muddy regulatory waters. CONTINUE READING

Team Spotlight Blog: Meet Hollaway's Director of Environmental Services, Ally Altemose

At Hollaway Environmental + Communications Services, Inc., we are privileged to have Ally Altemose as our Director of Environmental Services. With a wealth of experience and expertise, Ally leads a team of highly qualified scientists, guiding them through the intricate realm of environmental practices. Renowned in her industry as a proficient botanist, CONTINUE READING

Perched in Nature's Circle: Hollaway's Great Texas Birding Adventure

The Environmental team at Hollaway Environmental + Communications Services was in fine feather on Saturday, April 15, competing in the held by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. CONTINUE READING

Team Spotlight Blog: Meet Hollaway's Associate Communications Specialist, Amiah Williams

Amiah Williams is an Associate Communications Specialist at Hollaway Environmental + Communications Services, Inc! In her role, Amiah supports the team on a variety of projects. With four years of communications and event planning experience, Amiah has a range of expertise in public relations, digital marketing, communications, and public engagement. CONTINUE READING

Reflecting on Earth Day: A Look Back at the Environmental Movement and How You Can Make a Difference Today

Earth Day takes place every April 22nd and marks the anniversary of the modern environmental movement that began in 1970. It is a day dedicated to supporting and promoting environmental protection for the benefit of public health. In the decades leading up to this moment, Americans were largely unaware that their industrial, agricultural, and CONTINUE READING