From planning, design, and permitting through construction, we help move projects forward through the complexities of regulatory compliance, budgetary and schedule constraints, and conflicting stakeholder interests.
From source protection and water use efficiency to supply development and infrastructure design, we offer multidisciplinary environmental, scientific, engineering, and hydrogeologic expertise to sustainably plan for water supplies.
We provide custom engineering from planning and design through construction and management for public and private projects dealing with water, wastewater, recycled water, and stormwater.
Our multidisciplinary experts have prepared more than 2,800 legally defensible CEQA/NEPA documents and understand the interplay between agency permits.
We provide science-based analysis to help you balance the preservation and stewardship of natural resources with a communities’ growth and infrastructure development needs.
Our archaeology, paleontology, and built environment experts work collaboratively with planners, engineers, and designers to identify cost-effective solutions for proper resource treatment.
We are experts at navigating projects through the intersection of science, regulations, and multiple stakeholder interests.
Our professionals evaluate, assess, monitor, and manage project sites to facilitate permit issuance and ensure compliance with permit conditions.
Our engineers plan, entitle, and design land development and infrastructure projects,while adhering to tight regulations, aggressive schedules, and narrow budgets.
We manage and monitor projects so they proceed in a streamlined manner and adhere to environmental regulations from groundbreaking through construction to completion.
Santa Ana River Conservation and Conjunctive Use Program
Five regional water agencies within the Santa Ana River Watershed joined in an innovative collaboration to develop and implement a watershed-wide “large water supply” solution.
South Sacramento Habitat Conservation Plan and Aquatic Resources Plan
The SSHCP provides development and infrastructure projects with streamlined, predictable federal and state permitting processes while creating a preserve system to protect habitat, open space, and agricultural lands.
City of San Diego
See how we help the City of San Diego, the eighth largest city in the United States, second largest in California, and home to more than 1.4 million people.