Transportation Projects
Road Construction

Conzelman Road Widening, Mission Blue Butterfly Habitat Mapping, National Park Service: May & Associates, Inc. under contract with the National Park Service, conducted pre-construction Mission blue butterfly habitat surveys and prepared maps for the various road widening alternatives associated with a proposed widening of Conzelman Road in the Marin Headlands. Ongoing, May 2004 to present.
Trinity County, Hyampom Road Improvement Project: Currently providing biological resource survey information and assisting Trinity County with obtaining a Section 2081 state "take" permit, and Section 7 Endangered Species permit for the Hyampom Road Improvement Project. Prepared biological resource information for a Caltrans NES document and CEQA documents in support of the project. 2000 to 2004.
Glenn County, Road "P.": May & Associates, Inc. conducted necessary surveys for special-status species and provided wetland permitting assistance for Road P over Stony Creek Bridge Project in Glenn County. 2002.
City of Livermore, Isabel Avenue Extension Project: Performed preconstruction biological surveys and assisted the city with planning and implementation of a large-scale riparian habitat restoration project. Ongoing, 1999 to present.
CALTRANS, Vegetation Management Plans for Thirteen Natural Area Along Public Roadways: Developed a habitat classification system, conducted baseline surveys, and prepared vegetation management plans for thirteen Natural Areas along California roadways. Natural Areas were nominated by local conservation groups representing the natural diversity of California. May & Associates, Inc. was instrumental in developing this innovative program to manage Caltrans roadsides for natural resource values while maintaining motorist safety. Also considered a part of a larger Caltrans program to reduce herbicide use. 1998 to 1999.
Route 99/Highway 120 Expansion Project: Conducted U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service protocol level surveys, (including both wet-season and dry-season large brachiopod surveys), and assessed habitats for potential to support listed species in support of a roadway expansion project. Subconsultant to PAR Environmental. Ongoing, 2000 to present.

Bridge Improvements
Contra Costa County, Orwood Bridge Replacement: Assisted Contra Costa County, Department of Public Works with biological compliance in regards to replacing Orwood Bridge. This entailed May & Associates, Inc. to conduct a biological assessment, wetland delineation, and Natural Environmental Study in the project area. 2003 to 2004.
Colusa County Norman Road Bridge Replacement: Assisting Colusa County, Department of Public Works with biological compliance in regard to replacing Norman Raod Bridge. This entailed May & Associates, Inc. to conduct a biological assessmet, wetland delineation, and Natural Environmental Study in the protected areas. Ongoing, 2003 to 2005.
Yolo County, Road 85 Over South Fork Oat Creek, Ridge Cut Slough, and County Road 19 Over Slough S9 Bridge Projects: Assisted Yolo County, Department of Public Works with biological compliance for multiple bridge replacement projects. May & Associates, Inc. has conducted wetland delineations, special-status species assessments, worker training, periodic construction monitoring, prepared a NES document, and prepared applications for Clean Water Act and Streambed Alternation Agreement permits. Ongoing, 2000 to 2005.
Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation Department, Golden Gate Bridge Seismic and Wind Retrofit Project: Performed preconstruction clearance surveys, construction monitoring, and a worker-training program (development and implementation), for Phase I and II of the seismic and wind retrofit project for the Golden Gate Bridge. Prepared and implemented a 5-year offsite habitat restoration program for the Mission blue butterfly, an endangered species. Subconsultant to the Duffey Company. 1997 to present.
Bridge Replacement Projects in Trinity, Sierra and Medocino Counties: Conducted detailed biological resources surveys, wetland delineations, and tree assessments for numerous bridge replacement projects in Trinity, Sierra, and Mendocino counties, CA. Prepared detailed biological resource investigations in support of Caltrans Natural Environmental Study (NES) documents. Subconsultant to Hughes Environmental Consulting. 2000.
High Speed Rail
Capital City High Speed Rail Expansion: Performed initial assessments of sensitive biological resources asssociated with high-speed rail improvements, Roseville to San Jose, Ca. Subconsultant to the Duffey Company. 2000 to 2001.
Sonoma-Marin Rail Project: Performed initial assessment of sensitive biological resources associated with high-speed rail improvments, Healdsburg to Larkspur, CA. Subconsultant to The Duffey Company. 1999 to 2000.

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