We live in a time of growth and innovation.  Transportation and development infrastructure continues to expand, while the demand for clean air and water and the protection of natural and cultural resources has spread beyond advocacy groups and government regulators and into the American mainstream. In communities everywhere, important growth and development projects are met with the expectation that local social, economic and environmental assets will be protected and enhanced.

These are the challenges that led to the creation of Hicks & Company 25 years ago.

Founded in 1988 by Sandra Hicks, Hicks & Company is a Texas-based environmental consulting firm that provides a broad range of environmental management and planning services. We support both public and private sector clients in achieving compliance with local, state and federal environmental regulations. Our biologists, archeologists, architectural historians, social scientists, planners, noise and air quality specialists and GIS analysts work as an interdisciplinary team to help our clients improve their environmental performance and stewardship.

Specific Item Numbers (SINs):
899-1 Environmental Planning Services and Documentation
899-2 Environmental Compliance
899-3 Environmental Occupational Training Services
899-7 Geographic Information Services

Hicks & Company Awards

  • American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Engineering Excellence Awards, Gold Medal in the Environmental Category for the Project “Interstate 35 Central Texas Expansion Project” (2014)
  • Council of Texas Archeologists E. Mott Davis Public Outreach Award (2010, 2003)
  • Texas Historical Commission Award Of Merit For Archeological Research (2010, 2003)
  • Texas Council Of Engineering Companies (TCEC) Excellence Awards (2008, 2002, 2001, and 1998)
  • Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Gold Level Award (2007)
  • American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Engineering Excellence Awards Competition, National Recognition Award for the Project “The Digital Document” (2002)