The Shire is a John Yeon, national register-eligible, historic-designed landscape located along the north shoreline of the Columbia River, directly across from Oregon’s Multnomah Falls. Dudek completed a Cultural Landscape Report to provide the University of Oregon with management protocols and treatments for the long-term preservation and protection of The Shire following storm damage during
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.
The Vision 2020 Facilities Master Plan (plan) outlined Coast Community College District’s (District) proposed growth over a decade. Dudek prepared Program EIRs to assess the impacts of plan implementation for the Golden West College (GWC) and Orange Coast College (OCC) campuses. Both EIRs were approved without challenge in 2015.
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.
The $12,000 fine and administrative penalties levied in January against a Los Angeles County school district highlights a common problem—mishandling of chemical storage and disposal can lead to dangerous and costly consequences for schools. Improper Chemical Management Consequences Chemicals used in scientific laboratories; shop classes; art and photography classes; pool and healthcare facilities; and maintenance
Redondo Union High School has a new water and energy-saving, ocean friendly demonstration garden on its campus, less than a half mile from the Pacific Ocean, thanks to the garden’s sponsor, West Basin Municipal Water District. The water district coordinated with the California Water Service Company, Redondo Beach Unified School District, Redondo Union High School,
Victor Valley College’s new 1-megawatt solar energy plant, on a 6-acre plot in Victorville, CA, provides around 30% of the campus’ power. The facility uses concentrator photovoltaics, or CPV, technology that provides power concentrated in a smaller area requiring less land. Dudek prepared the project’s environmental impact documentation in coordination with GKKWorks, the college’s overall
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 thread-leaved brodiaea. 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.