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ENERCON’s natural resource and NEPA experience extends from minor projects to full-scale Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) for major federal actions. Our staff of biologists, geologists, hydrologists, archaeologists, demographers, and other environmental scientists support site-specific studies of aquatic ecology (benthic organisms, mussels, fish, marine biota), terrestrial ecology (habitat assessments, vegetative cover mapping, and mammalian, avian and entomological surveys), demography (population density, growth projections, and sensitive population assessments), meteorology (wind roses, precipitation, icing effects, air quality), hydrology (surface and subsurface), and archaeology (records reviews, pedestrian surveys, and construction monitoring).  Our staff also includes subject matter experts in the specialized disciplines necessary to satisfy environmental review requirements for such issues as environmental justice, socioeconomics, noise, and aesthetic impacts.  ENERCON staff can staff can support anything from environmental evaluations of small projects (oil and gas exploration sites, small pipelines and transmission lines, bridge replacements) and large projects (power plants, interstate pipelines, quarry/mining sites, wind farms, major federal actions) in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

ENERCON has completed thousands of documents across the nation complying with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and other state environmental regulations, including California’s stringent California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Our experienced NEPA and CEQA professionals, with over 20 years of individual experience, have addressed the full range of projects and environmental issues, often involving extensive coordination with federal, state and local agencies and the public.  We have considerable experience assisting our clients in complex, sensitive resource issue areas involving wetlands, endangered and threatened species, streambed alterations, water quality, and cultural resources.  Our professionals consistently achieve client goals – from early identification of key environmental issues that could impact scheduling and cost to preparing full-scale EISs, EIRs, and joint federal and state environmental documents.