The Contra Costa Water District is in Phases 3 and 4 of a project to replace just over 1 mile of unlined drinking water conveyance canal with a buried pipeline.
Sequoia is providing biological support for project implementation including pre-construction surveys and habitat assessments for California red-legged frog, giant garter snake, burrowing owl, and San Joaquin kit fox. We are also performing biological monitoring to ensure compliance with the Final Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND), USFWS Biological Opinion, and USACE 404, RWQCB 401, and CDFW 1600 and Incidental Take Permits. Sequoia personnel coordinates directly with the District as well as contractors to identify potential constraints and work toward field-optimized solutions. Additionally, Sequoia prepares biological compliance documentation for transmittal to the appropriate regulatory agencies.
Environmental Planning & Compliance
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