ESA knows the local regulatory environment, geography, and stakeholders, providing insight and expertise that informs a variety of environmental solutions—backed by the resources and perspective of a leading environmental firm with a national presence.
We perform at the local level with our federal clients, clearly communicating and solving environmental challenges, presenting complicated concepts in terms that every stakeholder can understand.
ESA has successfully managed some of the most complex and controversial environmental documents in the nation. By establishing an analytic framework to hone in on the critical issues, our work brings legal adequacy and support for agency decision making, analyzing both environmental consequences and cumulative project effects.
As a certified GSA Contractor, ESA has completed more than 250 projects for 30 different federal departments with our pre-approved services and rates. We’ve supported numerous federal departments and organizations, helping to usher some of the most complex projects through environmental planning, documentation, and permitting.
From some of the most innovative and complicated projects, like the award-winning 34th America’s Cup Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report and permitting, to the highly publicized Merced Wild and Scenic River Plan, our team is at the ready.
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While not making the headlines or evening news reports, recent changes stemming from White House Executive Orders are making a significant impact to the environmental review process nationwide. Here is a summary of the changes and what they mean to you.