ICF served as FERC’s third-party contractor to prepare the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the REX East project, which includes 640 miles of 42-inch-diameter natural gas pipeline in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio—one of the largest natural gas pipelines ever constructed in North America.
To assist Bonneville Power Administration in completing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Big Eddy-Knight Transmission Project, ICF is writing resource reports for six resource areas.
ICF has worked on several projects supporting NASA's Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California.
ICF led a team to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the City of Bainbridge Island’s proposals for the Ferry and Gateway Districts and a portion of its Core District encompassing Waterfront Park.
ICF is currently preparing a draft project level Environmental Impact Report (EIR)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Los Angeles to Anaheim segment of the proposed California High-Speed Train project.
As part of a two-and-a-half-year contract, ICF is assisting Caltrans Headquarters by providing on-call environmental strategy and process improvement consulting services.
ICF is under contract with the National Northwest Renewable Energy Center and Oregon State University (NNMREC/OSU) to prepare an Environmental Assessment (EA) for their proposed Wave Energy Mobile Ocean Test Berth (MOTB).
ICF supported the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in preparing the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the 2012–2016 new CAFE rulemaking setting mile-per-gallon requirements for passenger cars and light trucks.
ICF is preparing third-party Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and support aspects of the environmental analysis and planning process, including examining socioeconomic and off-highway vehicle (OHV) issues for the proposed project.
ICF prepared an Environmental Impact Report (EIR)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the redevelopment of the San Pedro waterfront at the Port of Los Angeles, a comprehensive redevelopment and deindustrialization of more than 400 acres along an eight-mile stretch of waterfront.
ICF is currently supporting the Department of Defense (DOD) Missile Defense Agency (MDA) environmental program. ICF prepares NEPA documents, noise analyses, and permit applications and supports the development of policy, directives, and strategies for environmental compliance, including MDA’s environmental management system (EMS).
ICF prepared a Draft and Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) that addressed land use, aesthetics, transportation, greenhouse gases, utilities, and public services, and prepared a Supplemental EIS addressing additional on- and off-site alternatives.
ICF assists FAA in completing the NEPA analyses required for licenses and permits for commercial space launch operations; complying with special purpose laws related to NEPA; developing NEPA analysis tools; and supporting the office’s environmental management system (EMS).
Since 2008, ICF has assisted in the preparation of a joint Environmental Impact Report (EIR)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the development of the 815-acre Merced campus of the University of California (UC Merced) and the adjacent 1,951-acre University Community.