Our professionals find practical, cost-effective approaches to help you achieve your specific project goals. We work to build your trust, allowing us to offer constructive solutions with your project’s long-term success in mind.
We have nearly four decades’ experience in environmental planning and engineering design for California water projects.
We help move your project efficiently from initial site selection and due diligence through permitting, environmental construction compliance, and post-construction monitoring.
We provide environmental planning, permitting, technical studies, and long-term environmental mitigation on a variety of transportation projects, including highways, rail lines, and airports.
We provide municipalities with the specialized expertise necessary to maintain efficient, effective service to communities whether working on a specific project or serving in an extension-of-staff role.
Our environmental planners and scientists effectively guide landowners through the complex entitling and permitting processes to develop solutions that are scientifically sound, legally compliant, and practical in implementation.
We apply expertise in conservation and land management to develop effective planning and permitting approaches tailored to your plan area’s specific characteristics.
We apply deep knowledge of complex issues and environmental requirements, as well as long-term agency relationships to successfully complete a variety of port and harbor projects.
Our environmental professionals help schools, colleges, and universities complete environmental documentation and permitting for new and expanded campus facilities.
Our professionals successfully complete projects in consideration of hospital operations and practices, city policies, agency permitting, and other development goals and challenges.
City of San Diego Pure Water Program
The City of San Diego’s Pure Water Program seeks to treat 83 million gallons per day to produce high-quality drinking water.
Southern California Edison Devers to Palo Verde 500-kV Transmission Line
The Devers–Palo Verde No. 2 Electrical Transmission Line covers more than 150 miles of alignment running from western Riverside County to the Colorado River in Arizona.
High-Speed Rail is California’s first high-speed transportation project. It will eventually include 24 stations, and will run from Sacramento, through the Central Valley, to San Diego at speeds of more than 200 miles per hour.