PG&E set out to survey all areas above and around their natural gas transmission pipelines to help ensure immediate access for emergency response crews and prevent damage to the pipeline.
This involved removal and replacement of foliage and structures that may obstruct access to gas pipelines. As a subconsultant, Sequoia is providing biological support for project implementation including preconstruction surveys and habitat assessment for California red-legged frog, California tiger salamander, nesting birds, and a multitude of other species across California. We also provide biological monitoring of tree and structure removal activities in environmentally sensitive areas. Sequoia routinely provides environmental training to crew members; conducts special-status species and nesting bird surveys, and works with crews to keep the projects compliant and running smoothly.
Environmental Planning & Compliance
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