MB&G completed the environmental due diligence and permitting for City of Salem on the realignment of the Madrona Avenue SE and 25th Street SE intersection.
MB&G managed environmental regulatory compliance during the final design and construction of seven bridge replacements and one bridge repair effort for this $50 million design-build construction contract.
MB&G prepared a sampling plan and conducted three years of sediment sampling in the Willamette River immediately downstream of the St. Johns Bridge in Portland, Oregon.
PacifiCorp, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have collaborated for several years to monitor and enhance listed bull trout populations in the Lewis River Basin in southwest Washington. MB&G fish biologists have supported these ongoing efforts by conducting spawning and presence/absence surveys in Lewis River tributaries known to support bull trout spawning and rearing.
As part of the Klamath Hydroelectric Project Settlement Agreement, PacifiCorp Energy committed to a series of Interim Measures that would improve habitat for resident trout, and potentially, future salmon (post dam-removal). PacifiCorp engaged MB&G to prepare an Environmental Assessment of these proposed actions, which are located on Bureau of Land Management lands.