Biological Resources

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EcoPlan’s in-house biologists help guide our clients through all city, state, and federal wildlife and plant resource protection laws and regulations, including the Federal Endangered Species Act. EcoPlan biologists frequently survey for special status plant and wildlife species; inventory riparian, upland, and aquatic habitats; monitor populations of riparian birds and desert reptiles; inventory native plant communities; provide environmental awareness training; and relocate wildlife in support of projects. For an expanded list of our biological services, please click here for more information.

Cultural Resources

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Cultural Resources Overview

EcoPlan’s Cultural Resources Group includes archaeological, historical, and architectural specialists and a variety of technical analysts who provide historic preservation services as required by Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, the Archaeological Resources Protection Act, Section 4(f) of the U.S. Department of Transportation Act, the Arizona Antiquities Act, and other state, local, and federal cultural resources regulations in the western United States. For an expanded list of our Cultural Resource services, please click here for more information.

Environmental Planning

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Environmental Planning

EcoPlan’s Environmental Planning group has over 25 years of experience in environmental planning and documentation, including compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act. Our environmental planners oversee multidisciplinary environmental analysis, public outreach, and documentation associated with a wide range of technically complex federal, state, local, and private actions. For an expanded list of our environmental planning services, please click here for more information.

Clean Water Act Compliance

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Clean Water Act Compliance Overview

EcoPlan’s Clean Water Act specialists are experienced in understanding agency requirements and preferences and they have a proven track record for successful permitting. Our specialists conduct field investigations, mitigation monitoring, prepare reports and permit applications, and coordinate and consult with regulatory agencies, such as the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers. For an expanded list of our Clean Water Act services, please click here for more information.