Portfolio Category: Monitoring & Permit Compliance

Woodland Marine Terminal

ELS biologists prepared environmental permit-applications for a proposed commercial dock terminal in Cowlitz County for the offloading of calcium carbonate that will eliminate the need for extra barging and costly truck delivery from Portland. Applications included an expanded SEPA environmental checklist designed to avoid the lengthy Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process. In addition, the following…

Willow Grove Advance Mitigation Site

The Willow Grove Advance Mitigation Site is approximately 367 acres. The Port of Longview purchased the land with the intent to develop and later sold a portion of the site to the Columbia Land Trust (CLT) when the cost of development was determined to be undesirably high. The Port retained ownership of approximately 75 acres…

Rush Road Extension

Lewis County contracted ELS to provide environmental services for a County Road Extension Project.  The Rush Road Extension project was to construct the continuation of Rush Road between Bishop Road and Maurin Road.  The half-mile extension of the road opened up additional properties for development and created an alternative access route to Interstate 5 from…

Remy Farm Consolidated Wetland Mitigation Site

Located on the former Remy Farm site owned by the City of Battle Ground, Washington, the Remy Farm Consolidated Mitigation Project rehabilitated and created approximately 60 acres of wetland and riparian habitat in the upper Mill Creek sub-basin within the City.  The project provides advanced mitigation, allowing for public infrastructure projects and other commercial development…

Pleasant Valley Mitigation Site: Sterns Creek Riparian Restoration

The Pleasant Valley Wetland Mitigation Site was developed to provide high-quality wetlands to mitigate for impacted wetlands located at the 250 acre Chehalis Industrial Park. ELS designed, permitted, and implemented the construction of the mitigation site, which was completed in two phases. Phase I site work involved grading of 80,000 cubic yards of onsite material…

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