Environmental Consulting & Engineering Services - from Concept to Reality
BOEM Noise Assessment Study
In 2010, ESS was chosen as a subcontractor to support Cornell University in a noise assessment study for the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to better understand the cumulative effects of noise from renewable energy facility construction and operation activities on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS).
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I have been very pleased with each of the projects I have worked on with ESS. From training volunteers in the field to lab work to filing Notices of Intent for lake management projects, all have gone perfectly. The deliverables have always been very thorough, professional, and well-crafted, leaving little room for comment. I look forward to our next project.
Threatened & Endangered Species
ESS staff have conducted numerous threatened and endangered species surveys and habitat assessments for aquatic, marine, and terrestrial fauna and flora. These efforts have involved extensive field programs and coordination with the US Fish & Wildlife Service, National Marine Fisheries Services, and state fish and wildlife and Natural Heritage Programs. Our wildlife and protected species staff includes biologists, ecologists, and scientists with advanced degrees in aquatic ecology, botany, fisheries, ornithology, herpetology, wildlife ecology, zoology, and invertebrate zoology.
Threatened and Endangered Species Services
GSA Contract No.: GS-10F-0080W
ESS was awarded General Services Administration (GSA) Environmental Services Contract No. GS-10F-0080W in January 2010. ESS provides the following Environmental Consulting Services under SIN 899-1, 899-1 RC of this contract, including threatened and endangered species and habitat surveys.