Welcome to ENCAP, Inc.
We are general contractors specializing in ecologically sensitive and water-resource-oriented projects. Our staff is made up of Erosion and Sediment Control Specialists, Native Landscape Professionals, and Ecological Consultants. We identify and address the ecological risk factors involved when undertaking projects large or small.
Our unique expertise offers unparalleled levels of service and efficiency for our clients in all situations. ENCAP can provide proactive solutions for your project’s ecological needs, be they residential, commercial, or industrial.
Since 1973, ENCAP has worked with land improvement design teams consisting of engineers, landscape architects, and planners to help you navigate ecological guidelines with ease.
We specialize in efficient, budget-conscious erosion control for builders, developers, municipalities, park districts, federal agencies, and homeowner associations.
Together, we can restore remnant prairies and wetlands, state and federally listed historical nature preserves, large-scale natural forest-preserve land, and more.
As experts in controlling stormwater discharge through best management practices (BMPs), we efficiently review and optimize Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs) for residential, commercial, and industrial developments.
ENCAP, Inc. continues to expand our specialty contracting and general contracting services. With a focus on identifying and addressing the environmental and ecological risk factors associated with any project, we’ve completed many projects both large and small as a general contractor. We offer skilled and knowledgeable project management combined with capable and responsible contracting partners to deliver a high quality product to our clients. Fulfilling the needs of municipal and public agencies, private land developers, and financial institutions has given ENCAP the knowledge and perspective to efficiently tackle any project.
Regrading the steep and incised shoreline of this creek allowed for a more natural shape, allowing better flood control in the heavily urbanized Melrose Park neighborhood.
This previously unmanaged tributary of the Rock River had lost its wetland features, being disconnected from the historical floodplain. Reshaping this channel and installing erosion control blankets to hold the native species in place allowed for the growth of an improved ecosystem.
Eugene Field Park
Excavating and reshaping shorelines, increasing stream complexity with natural structures, and installing native plants earned this turf-grass-to-natural-area transformation the Conservation and Native Landscaping Award from Chicago Wilderness.