Alameda County: On-call Biological Consulting Services

Nomad has held an on-call biological services contract with the Alameda County Public Works Agency and Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District since 2020. Nomad has completed several projects including the Castlewood Tanks Project, Collier Canyon Storm Damage Repair Project, the Crow Canyon Road Improvements Project, Cull Canyon Road Drainage Improvements Project, Peralta Creek Vegetation management Project, San Lorenzo Creek Embankment Repair Project, Stiver’s Lagoon Improvement Project, Tesla Road Guardrails Project, and the Zone 12, Line K Desilting Project.

For these projects, Nomad has provided a variety of services including baseline surveys, Biological Resources Assessment preparation, rare plant surveys, wetland delineations, construction monitoring, tree surveys, Mitigation and monitoring Plan preparation, restoration monitoring, and regulatory permit applications. We assess and document the potential project impacts and provide recommendations to minimize impacts on sensitive natural habitats and communities, special-status wildlife, fish, and plant species in accordance with the Federal and State Environmental Species Acts, California Public Resources Code, and federal and state Clean Water Acts, Caltrans Standard Environmental Reference, and any other applicable regulations; conduct preconstruction surveys, and monitor construction. We also ensure compliance with project permits, performing preconstruction surveys, environmental training, and biological monitoring for construction projects.


Location: Alameda County
Client: Alameda County Public Works Agency and Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District

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