SummitWest Environmental works with private and public entities to provide clearance sweeps and biological monitoring for compliance with CEQA and NEPA, and local permitting requirements.
Our services include:
- Botanical surveys
- Habitat assessments
- Protocol endangered species surveys
- Species inventory and mapping
- Wetland delineations
- Wildlife and avian field surveys
We have worked on projects such as private development projects, government improvement initiatives, renewable energy projects, transmission line construction, restoration projects and military base projects.
Compliance Monitoring Experts
SummitWest Environmental provides experienced staff for pre-construction surveys, inspections, and monitoring. We can translate the language of environmental agencies while focusing on getting the project done in a timely manner. We understand biological constraints can be difficult and costly for construction projects, so we work with your contractors and crew to minimize these costs and maintain efficiency.
SummitWest Environmental provides our clients with experienced staff for pre-construction surveys, inspections, and monitoring, focused on increasing field efficiency and minimizing project delays. Our employees work with construction crews – not against them – to ensure compliance with all agencies and laws.
In addition to daily monitoring of projects, we provide the following pre and post- construction surveys:
- Desert Tortoise
- Kit Fox
- Mohave Ground Squirrel
- California Gnatcatcher
- Rare Plants
- Quino Checkerspot Butterfly
- Fairy Shrimp
- Flat-tailed Horned Lizard
Why choose SummitWest Environmental
SummitWest Environmental believes a job well done is one done together. Throughout the project, we don’t expect to work in isolation from your construction crews. SummitWest is experienced, hard working, and competent. We stand behind our excellent field data, reasonable rates, and flexible scheduling options to protect your bottom line.
We are a certified DBE and WBE and have special permits for surveying endangered species.