Southern California Edison (SCE) sought to expand the existing 174-acre Wheeler North Reef, a manmade rocky reef, off the coast of San Clemente, California by an additional 202 acres as mitigation related to the former operation of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS). Dudek provided CEQA planning, marine mammal monitoring, and tribal consultation, including
The Sunset Strip is an internationally famous corridor, known for its entertainment venues and nightlife, as well as its rich history of creative signage. In recent years, the City of West Hollywood identified a need to reinvigorate signage on the Strip to continue the legacy of creativity and innovation.
San Diego State University (SDSU) sought to develop a world-class university campus, research center and stadium venue on the site of the SDCCU Stadium in Mission Valley. A multidisciplinary consultant team prepared the master plan for the campus, including planning, technical analysis, CEQA document preparation, permitting support, and construction compliance.
To address aging medical office buildings and address parking issues and medical provider deficits in member communities, Kaiser Permanente proposed to implement a 3-phase project, which would include new and/or replacement medical office buildings and parking on a 15.34-acre site.
To accommodate population growth in the City of Encinitas and surrounding north coastal region of San Diego County, the City proposed a five-phase expansion to Scripps Memorial Hospital to more than double the square footage of hospital facilities.
To accommodate growth in the City of Murrieta, Kaiser Permanente proposed a five-phase project to build a new medical center to include 254 beds, 2,681 parking spaces, and retail and commercial uses.
San Marcos Unified School District officials saw opportunity, rather than potential regulatory headaches, when they learned a new elementary school site harbored federally protected wetlands habitat and endangered flora. The district developed ambitious plans to preserve the wetlands and to translocate the plants to a 7.6-acre preserve surrounding the school on two sides.
To address campus growth, improvements to existing buildings, and demolition of several historically significant structures, Coast Community College District (CCCD) undertook preparation of a new Facilities Master Plan EIR. The Vision 2020 Facilities Master Plan provides an analysis of the evolving student body and planning recommendations based on the college’s educational needs.
To support sound CEQA documentation for projects and plans California State University (CSU) campuses, the Chancellor’s Office selected us as one of its pre-qualified consultants to provide CEQA services, as needed, on any of its 23 campuses.
Ventura Shellfish Enterprise (VSE) is developing a program to bring sustainably cultivated shellfish operations to Ventura Harbor in order to enhance and sustain Ventura Harbor as a major west coast fishing port and support the local economy.