ICF community affairs specialists assisted the California Bay-Delta Authority (CBDA) under numerous task orders, including one for planning the Bay-Delta Public Advisory Committee (BDPAC) Environmental Justice Subcommittee meeting.
ICF provided environmental services for the Alameda Siphons Seismic Reliability Upgrade Project and the New Irvington Tunnel Project.
ICF is preparing the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) on behalf of Placer County, which is the lead agency under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for the Applegate Wastewater Treatment Plant (WTP) decommissioning and proposed pipeline project.
ICF prepared the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the City of Los Angeles for the upgrade of its wastewater collection system.
The Army Corps of Engineers hired ICF to monitor water quality during maintenance dredging of the Duwamish River and Federal Navigation Channel of Grays Harbor navigation channel and turning basin in order to comply with water quality certification requirements for the project.
ICF prepared a Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) for submittal to National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) for all of King County’s wastewater treatment and transport facilities.
ICF prepared the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) in coordination with both San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) and Major Environmental Analysis Division (MEA) and conducted California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) environmental analysis and regulatory compliance for expansion of the SVWTP.
ICF developed and implemented a Public Information and Outreach Plan for activities related to the SRVRWP, a multiphase water recycling project consisting of a treatment plant, transmission and distribution pipeline, two pump stations, and two reservoir tanks.
ICF worked with the Santa Clara Valley Water District and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento and San Francisco Districts, on three flood protection projects along the Guadalupe River in Santa Clara County, California. The three projects (Upper, Downtown, and Lower Guadalupe River Projects) included flood protection components, habitat restoration components, and fish passage components.
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 worked for the Zone 7 Water Agency (Zone 7) concerning alternatives development and screening and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) compliance for a 14-mile water transmission line in eastern Alameda County.
ICF prepared a joint Environmental Impact Report (EIR)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) document for the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which included a project-level California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) analysis of a new ocean discharge system as part of the Clearwater Program and a programmatic CEQA analysis of a new master facilities plan (MFP) for the Joint Outfall System (JOS) through 2050.
To support wetlands in water quality trading, ICF assisted EPA in the classification of wetland goods and services and in the review of literature on how these services have been valued throughout the United States.
ICF managed a program Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and tiered Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the 428 mgd joint outfall system master plan for the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County’s Master Facilities Plan.
ICF prepared a Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for proposed improvements to the Harry Tracy Water Treatment Plant located on 52.3 acres in an unincorporated area of San Mateo County just east of Interstate 280 near the City of San Bruno and the City of Millbrae.
ICF assisted in the identification of a potential Water Quality Trading (WQT) pilot project focused on nitrogen that would involve electric utilities.