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Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Brian Boxer has been promoted to Northern California Regional Director. He takes over the position held by Brian Ramos, PhD, who has been named Chief Operating Officer. read more »
ESA is pleased to announce that Brian Ramos, PhD, Senior Vice President and Northern California Regional Director, has been named Chief Operating Officer (COO). read more »
ESA Connects | A Natural Systems Design Approach to Restoration, CA Assembly Bill 52 and Can Recreational Access Benefit Nature
ESA Connects is a quarterly newsletter to inform clients, teaming partners, and friends about the latest work that matters, integrated solutions, regulatory and funding updates, and our growing team of experts.In the June 2015 edition check out: read more »
ESA is charting new territories and solving environmental problems in ways that are more powerful and efficient than ever before.From collecting and editing real-time data using mobile devices to capturing high resolution video using drones, our team works alongside scientists, planners and engineers to implement the latest technologies to collect, process and visualize data to help our teams, clients, and stakeholders make sense of real world problems. We work closely with our clients to deploy custom tools based on their unique requirements and needs. read more »
Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading West Coast-based environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Jim Keany has been named Northwest Director of Biological Resources in our Seattle office. Jim manages our growing northwest team of more than 20 professionals specializing in biological resources, fisheries science, resource management, wetlands studies, habitat restoration, permitting, and monitoring. read more »
On June 9th, the Oregon Department of State Lands awarded the Derry Dell Stream Restoration Project the Project of the Year Award. The award was presented by Oregon Governor, Kate Brown; Secretary of State, Jeanne Atkins; and State Treasurer, Ted Wheeler to the project lead agencies; City of Tigard and Clean Water Services and was awarded for the project’s “responsible, sustainable stewardship of Oregon’s natural resources”. read more »
Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading West Coast-based environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Mark Johnson, PLA has been named Northwest Director of Community Development in our Seattle office. Mark manages our northwest team of planners and technical specialists with a thorough understanding of environmental conditions, design processes, and agency requirements to help clients plan, design, permit, and implement their planning and development projects. read more »
In ESA’s 2014 Sustainability Report, we’ve outlined how our company has performed against the sustainability goals and objectives outlined in our 2012 Sustainability Plan. The 30-page document measures the firm’s progress and further promotes our commitment to sustainable operations, pursuing work that matters within a vibrant employee-ownership culture. read more »
Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Mike Leech has joined the firm as Director of Geospatial Services. With more than 150 Geographic Information System (GIS) users, ESA has been using geospatial technologies to provide our clients with real-time analytics, data visualization and information management solutions across the U.S. read more »
ESA Connects | Time for Spring Surveys, Program-Scale Environmental Compliance and How Smart Is Your Park?
ESA Connects is a quarterly newsletter to inform clients, teaming partners, and friends about the latest work that matters, integrated solutions, regulatory and funding updates, and our growing team of experts. In the March 2015 edition check out:How Smart is Your Park? read more »