Infrastructure, Utilities Project
Water Treatment Systems

West Sacramento Wastewater Treatment Facility and Pipelines: May & Associates, Inc. conducted biological surveys and wetland delineations for a wastewater treatment and related new pipline corridors in Sacramento County, CA. Subconsultant to Hughes Environmental Consulting. 2000.
City of Colfax Wastewater Treatment Facility: May & Associates, Inc. conducted a constraints analysis to assist the City of Colfax in future development of the wastewater treatment facility. Subconsultant to Hughes Environmental Consulting. 2003.
East Bay Municipal Utilities District, Walnut Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant: Conducted a delineation of a proposed wastewater treatment plant to identify jurisdictional waters of the United States, including wetlands that were subject to regulation under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, using U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' approved delineation methods. The project was conducted in support of environmental documents and permits. Subconsultant to Natural Resources Management. 2001.

Water Systems Upgrades
Biological Studies and Permits, Brown's Reservoir, City of Vacaville: May & Associates, Inc. conducted a baseline biological assessment of the proposed Brown's resevoir water tank site in Vacaville; and developed a conceptual restoration plan to offset expected project impacts on a small drainage. Together with our subconsultant, Area West Environmental, we then prepared project wetland permits, and then submitted them to the appropriate regulatory agencies. 2004.
Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District, White Slough Flood Detention Pond: Prepared a conceptual management plan for a flood detention basin in support of project implementation. For this project, the site management plan included control of algal growth, use of the site for recreation, control of visitor trespass, and enhancement of tidal slough habitat/connection to adjacent wetland areas. Subconsultant to Life Science. 2000.
Contra Costa Water District, Los Vaqueros Dam, Reservior and Utility Relocation Project: Contra Costa County, CA. Program manager for all environmental permits, mitigation planning, and preconstruction monitoirng activities. Responsible for technical staff of 18. Loran May while employed by Jones & Stokes. 1989 to 1995.

Electric and Utility Lines
PG&E, Natural Gas Pipeline, Yuma, AZ to Blythe, CA: Conducted a wetland delineation, noxious weed assessments, sensitive habitat wildlife surveys, and prepared resource maps for a 750-mile natural gas pipeline project. Subconsultant to Foster Wheeler Environmental Corporation. 2000 to 2001.
Equilon Energy Corporation, Utility Line Repair, Petroleum Pipelines from Bakersfield to Clayton, CA: Conducted rare plant assessments and prepared wetland mapping for planned pipeline repair sites in northern and southern California. Subconsultant to Essex Environmental. 2000.
PG&E, San Francisco to San Bruno Mountain, Emergency Power Line Repair Project: Provided endangered species construction monitoring and worker training in support of an emergency power line repair project that was located in a sensitive natural area with active populations of two endangered species. Subconsultant to Essex Environmetnal. 2000.
Sacramento Municipal Utilities District, Upper American River Project: Conducted plant community mapping field surveys to ground-truth large-scale GIS mapping. Collected plant species composition and cover data at 129 locations in the Crystal Basin and along the South Fork of the American River in El Dorado County; followed the California Native Plant Sociey Vegetation Rapid Assessment Protocol. Subconsultant to Devine Tarball & Associates, Inc. 2003.
Alenco Energy Corporation, Wild Goose Gas Storage Project, Butte County: Performed baseline vegetation surveys, a wetland delineation, and provided assistance with wetland permitting in support of a natural gas storage project located in the Butte Sink, a sensitive waterfowl habitat area. Prepared and implemented a 5-year wetland mitigation and monitoring plan. Subconsultant to Essex Environmental. Ongoing, 1998 to present.
Equilon Energy Corporation, Utility Line Repair, Petroleum Pipelines from Bakersfield to Clayton, CA: Conducted rare plant assessments and prepared wetland mapping for planned pipeline repair sites in northern and southern California. Subconsultant to Essex Environmental. 2000.
Fiberoptic Lines
AT&T, Yuma, AZ to Blythe, CA Fiberoptic Line Installation Project: Conducted wetland mapping, wildlife surveys, and noxious weed assessments in support of an approximately 500-mile fiberoptic line corridor. Subconsultant to Foster Wheeler Environmental Corporation, Inc. 2000 to 2001.
Williams Communications, PT Arena to Sacramento Fiberoptic Line Construction Project: Conducted wetland mapping, biological resource assessments, wildlife surveys, and noxious weed assessments in support of a 750-mile fiberoptic line corridor and appurtenant facility sites. Subconsultant to Jones & Stokes. 1999.
AT&T, Bandon, OR to Cloverdale, CA, Fiberoptic Line Construction Project: Conducted wetland mapping, biological resource assessments, and noxious weed assessments in support of a 650-mile fiberoptic line corridor. Subconsultant to Jones& Stokes. 1996 to 1997.

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