ICF supports the Bay Delta Conservation plan by delivering expert science and regulatory compliance to help secure California's water supply and restore the Bay Delta ecosystem.
ICF helped complete a pre-environmental study for improvement of SR 302, between SR 3 and SR 16, an important east-west link between Key Peninsula communities and Gig Harbor, Tacoma, and other parts of Washington.
ICF prepared all the environmental permits and conducted a comprehensive public outreach program for this large water delivery project (river intake, pipelines, and water treatment plant) to take delivery of water from the American River.
ICF provides Terra-Gen with strategic communication guidance for the Alta-Oak Creek Mojave Project in the Mojave Desert region of California, which consists of up to 320 turbines and is capable of generating up to 800 MW of clean energy.
ICF coordinated, designed, and facilitated a day-long summit that brought together more than 80 participants from a variety of backgrounds including state agencies, school districts, local and regional governments, elected officials, consultants, and building industry and construction associations.
ICF developed and is implementing the associated public outreach activities as part of the Environmental Impact Report (EIR)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process for SRBPP.
ICF implemented a statewide information program to support Caltrans' efforts in preparing its application to participate in the pilot program Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU).
ICF assisted Snohomish County with public involvement and outreach services for the Snohomish County Comprehensive Plan 10-Year Update Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
ICF is working with the County of Santa Clara; the Cities of San Jose, Gilroy, and Morgan Hill; the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority; and the Santa Clara Valley Water District to prepare the Santa Clara Valley Habitat Conservation Plan/Natural Community Conservation Plan.
ICF assisted Reclamation in preparing an EIS for proposed Lower Colorado River Shortage Guidelines and coordinated reservoir management strategies to address operations of Lakes Powell and Mead, particularly under low reservoir conditions.
ICF designed and oversaw implementation of a public outreach and participation plan to comply with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and ICF’s development of the project’s SEIS. ICF facilitated partnering sessions and coordinated with UDOT public information staff on media strategies.