Impact Sciences is working with the Kern Council of Governments (COG) to prepare the EIR for the 2014 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and Sustainable Communities Strategy (SCS). The RTP contains an integrated set of public policies, strategies, and investments to maintain, manage, and improve Kern’s transportation system through 2035. The SCS is a growth strategy […]
The Sprint Zoning Submittal project is part of an ongoing master contract with the City of Rolling Hills Estates. For this project, Impact Sciences will be preparing a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the installation of a cellular network antenna on an existing power pole
The owners of Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Simi Valley are proposing to convert the existing equestrian facility to a resort and wellness center. Impact Sciences will be evaluating the biological resources on property and will provide guidance for minimization of impacts to biological resources.
Impact Sciences is preparing an EIR for the Ohlone Community College District’s Fremont campus that will address long-term development plans for campus facilities to serve projected enrollment growth. The EIR includes detailed analysis that will allow the District to construct planned facilities over a period of many years with minimal need for additional environmental review.
Impact Sciences, Inc. has been selected by the City of Fresno Department of Transportation (Fresno Area Express, or FAX) to provide environmental documentation for a proposed 13.8-mile bus rapid transit (BRT) line. This proposed BRT line would be the longest such bus line in the City of Fresno. Impact Sciences, Inc. is under contract to […]
Impact Sciences recently prepared an Addendum to an EIR for California State University Northridge (CSU Northridge). The project included evaluation of new student housing to be located on the CSU Northridge campus. The CSU Northridge 2005 Master Plan and associated EIR (prepared by Impact Sciences) is a comprehensive, coordinated series of proposals intended to configure […]