General Services Administration Contract


EcoPlan was awarded a General Services Administration (GSA) contract/schedule in 2007. Since that time, EcoPlan has completed over 40 projects through our GSA contract, with assignments varying from biological resources surveys, ecological studies, cultural resources investigations, and Endangered Species Act and National Environmental Policy Act compliance. Our work under GSA contract has included the following:

  •  San Carlos Irrigation Project Phase I Environmental Assessment and Phase II Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Assessment for the Bureau of Reclamation
  •  Mexican spotted owl and Chiricahua leopard frog surveys for the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests
  •   Southwestern willow flycatcher surveys along the Gila River for the Bureau of Reclamation
  •  Sensitive plant surveys for the Coconino National Forest
  •  Pima pineapple cactus surveys for the Bureau of Land Management on 2,000 acres in Pima County
  •  Barry M. Goldwater Range cultural resources investigations including Class III surveys and artifact analyses
  •  Cultural resources investigations for Western Area Power Administration
  •  Desert tortoise monitoring for Western Area Power Administration
  •  Ajo Housing Environmental Assessment for U.S. Customs and Border Patrol
  •  Pima pineapple cactus surveys for Western Area Power Administration
  •  Katherine Landing Access Road Environmental Assessment for National Park Service
  •  Cultural resources surveys for Safford Bureau of Land Management
  •  Northern goshawk surveys for Kaibab National Forest
  •  Post-Wallow Fire macroinvertebrate surveys for the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests
  •  Mexican spotted owl and Northern goshawk surveys for the Tonto National Forest
  •  Biological Assessment for the implementation of the National Flood Insurance Program in Arizona for Federal Emergency Management Agency
  •  Special status wildlife surveys for the Tonto National Forest