MB&G is excited to share that 2022 marks the 25th anniversary of our Environmental Services Group (ESG). Throughout 2022, this important milestone will be commemorated by looking back at the group’s formation, highlighting a few key projects, and featuring current work.
Spring is a time for planning and starting new opportunities so this month we are featuring the group’s planning and permitting services. Our environmental planning and permitting specialists provide clients with strategic solutions that support a wide range of project needs.
ESG includes staff who specialize in environmental regulatory compliance and have a thorough understanding of the regulatory requirements for planning and permitting tasks. Our staff provide environmental planning services at every phase of project development and implementation, such as preparation of environmental baseline reports, analysis and documentation of impacts and alternatives, preparation of permit applications, negotiation with regulatory agencies, environmental construction monitoring, and post-construction compliance and mitigation monitoring.
Other planning-related tasks include:
ESG permitting specialists prepare and coordinate permit application packages for compliance with a broad range of regulatory requirements that include, but is not limited to:
Our California Forestry Team has been out in the field performing planning for the implementation of vegetation management in the forest setting. While out roaming the area one of our registered professional foresters came across a few things of note that are particularly relevant reminders during Wildfire Awareness Month. While walking the area, we came […]READ MORE
MB&G is excited to announce we have adopted a section of Highway 22 that we will maintain as part of our established community service program. This section of Highway 22 has a particularly sentimental meaning for our team as it is where our field work started on the ODOT Hazard Debris Removal project in the […]READ MORE
For a more thorough overview visit the Oregon Wildfire Debris Management Task Force’s story map: Step 2 Cleanup Progress (arcgis.com) May is National Wildfire Awareness Month, and after two years of work the ODOT Hazard Tree Debris Removal Monitoring Services project is nearly complete. This project involved the cleanup of debris caused by the 2020 […]READ MORE