Clients throughout the western U.S. have recognized our expertise in completing biological resources surveys, wetlands delineations, and assessments. They have demonstrated their confidence in our staff by consistently sending us repeat business.
JBR Environmental Consultants, Inc. provides a variety of biological resource management and ecological services throughout the west. These services include:
Our multi-disciplinary biological and ecological resource staff includes:
We have prepared documents, resource management plans, and permit applications on behalf of both private and public sector clients for a broad range of development and land use proposals, including:
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AT&T On-call Environmental Support within the State of Nevada
JBR provided assistance to AT&T for fiber optic linear projects related to environmental baseline surveys, permitting, and construction monitoring in conjunction with local, state, and federal agencies throughout Nevada.
City of Reno Lawton-Verdi Septic to Sewer Interceptor Project
For this major project, JBR provided multiple environmental services, from conducting water quality monitoring, to preparing environmental permit applications.
Desert Tortoise Surveys, Nevada Power's Reid Gardner Facility
JBR biologists conducted presence-or-absence and zone of influence surveys for the presence of the Threatened desert tortoise on 560 acres near Moapa, Nevada. These desert tortoise surveys were in support of Nevada Power Company’s Reid Gardener Power Plant Facilities Expansion Project.
Rancho San Rafael Regional Park Wetlands Restoration Project
For this award-winning project, JBR's services included: conducting biological baseline studies; obtaining state and federal permits; performing a wetland delineation; performing vegetation and wildlife assessments; conducting a water quality evaluation, and more.
Simplot Smoky Canyon Mine Panels F & G Environmental Impact Statement
For this project, JBR worked with federal agencies to analyze multiple environmental impacts from Inventoried Roadless Areas to impacts on area streams; analyzed Native American treaty rights; and addressed more than 30,000 public comments.
Waters of the U.S. Survey, Jurisdictional Wetlands Survey, & Seep & Springs Survey
JBR conducted a jurisdictional waters of the United States survey, jurisdictional wetlands survey, and seep and spring survey on approximately 25,000 acres in Nevada's Great Basin.
Enexco Contact Mine Ecological Baseline Studies, Contact, Nevada
JBR is conducting baseline studies and providing additional assistance for this Nevada mine project.
Ongoing Ecological Baseline Studies for an Idaho Mining Project
JBR has provided numerous ecological baseline studies for an Idaho mining project.
City of Sparks Rock Park Whitewater Park Monitoring Plan & Implementation
JBR developed and is implementing the Monitoring and Reporting Program for the city of Sparks, Nevada.
PacifiCorp/UAMPS St. George Switchyard & 138/345 kV Power Line Upgrade Project, UT
JBR's team of GIS, biology, and NEPA specialists conducted all aspects of the environmental permitting process for a proposed switchyard and transmission line in St. George, UT.
Environmental Permitting and Documentation for Pend Orielle Telephone Fiber Line, Pend Oreille County, WA
JBR provided environmental documentation and permitting services for 11 miles of fiber optic cable.
Amp Resources Stillwater II Geothermal Power Plant UEPA Environmental Statement, Fallon, NV
JBR helped measure the impact of this proposed 30 MW geothermal power plant.
Magma Energy (U.S.) Corp. Geothermal Exploration, Soda Lake, NV
JBR is conducted field surveys in preparation for an environmental assessment for multiple drill pads and access roads for this geothermal exploration project.
Drum Mountains and Whirlwind Valley Geothermal Exploration Projects, Delta, UT
JBR prepared Operation Plans and an EA and conducted baseline field surveys for cultural resources, wildlife habitats, and special status species for this geothermal exploration project.
Glendale Water Treatment Plant Improvement Project
JBR's multiple services for this project included a formal Waters of the United States delineation; the preparation of all state and federal permit applications; and a Biological Assessment.
Greater Sage-grouse Consulting Services Including Surveys and Monitoring for Mining and Energy Clients
JBR has provided and is currently provided many consulting services to mining and energy clients related to the greater sage-grouse and its status as a candidate species on the Threatened or Endangered list.
Transect Surveys for Greater Sage-grouse at Various Active and Proposed Mine Sites in Nevada
JBR has conducted numerous transect surveys for greater sage-grouse at active and proposed mine sites in Nevada.