MB&G develop an Access Road Management Program Strategic Plan to identify maintenance needs and associated costs based on a sample of the population of access roads throughout the PG&E service territory.
PG&E contracted MB&G to manage a quantitative assessment of the conditions of their access roads throughout a 73,000 square-mile service territory.
Over the past 18 months MB&G has supported the USDA Forest Service on several critical Task Orders focused on developing the next generation Digital Aerial Sketch Map system for the Forest Health Technology and Enterprise Team.
MB&G led the planning, coordination, and management of field data collection efforts to assist the White Mountain Apache Tribe in producing maps of existing vegetation types across the Fort Apache Reservation.
Through an on-call contract with ODOT Region 5, MB&G botanists conducted SMA surveys for the presence and distribution of Laurent’s milkvetch (Astragalus collinus var. laurentii); a rare and sensitive species endemic to only four counties in eastern Oregon.