Located in Irvine, Southern California, California Environmental Assessment provides Environmental Consulting and Biological Consulting services. Services include: Environmental Impact Assessment and permitting under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Biological Assessments, permitting for endangered species and regulated wetlands; ecological restoration and offsets; environmental/mitigation monitoring, habitat conservation planning, Phase 1 and 2 Environmental Site Assessments (ATSM E1527-13, ATSM E1903-11), land capability soils assessments, wildfire threat analysis and mitigation and effluent disposal reports.
We service Southern California and as a small firm we are highly client focused providing a high level of support to our clients throughout the life of their projects. We provide services to a variety of sectors including: land development, wind energy, mining, infrastructure and public facilities, transportation and recreational projects. Due diligence is also a service we offer for Real Estate transactions as part of our Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment. To learn more about how we can help and to get a free quote, contact us today
California Environmental Assessment provides thorough ecological and biological impact assessments for projects as diverse as residential development, mining, roads, pipelines, wind farms and more.
In California, multiple agencies at the municipal, county, state, and federal levels regulate specific types of projects deemed to pose potential environmental risks.
California Environmental Assessment provides thorough Phase1 and Phase 2 site assessments to determine the presence and extent of potential environmental hazards and contaminants.
Soil is a complex aspect of any local environment, and assessments may be conducted for a variety of reasons depending on the nature of your property.
In California, agricultural projects sometimes come into conflict with conservation efforts, especially where wetlands and riparian zones adjoin areas of agricultural activity.
Trees can add significant value to a property when managed well. On the contrary, even a single tree can pose a variety of risks when not given the right attention.
California Environmental Assessment offers thorough landscaping plans for residential subdivisions, individual allotments, road upgrades, and other projects.
California Environmental Assessment provides vegetation management and ecological restoration plans to promote habitat reconstruction in environmentally significant areas.
Though wildfire causes are diverse, reducing wildfire threats in a given region or for a specific parcel relies on an actionable process of evaluation, analysis, and mitigation.
Sustainably managing the disposal of effluent from agricultural, commercial, industrial, and residential areas is critical, as waste runoff can be a major source of contamination