The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District is conducting a study to evaluate opportunities for providing ecosystem restoration, increased recreational opportunities and other improvements offshore of the City of Long Beach within East San Pedro Bay in coordination with the non-Federal sponsor, City of Long Beach, California. The USACE intends to use a habitat evaluation model that is being developed for the evaluation of various restoration alternatives with the goal is to restore and improve aquatic ecosystem structure and function for increased habitat biodiversity such as kelp, rocky reef, coastal wetlands, resident and migratory marine species and Improve water quality conditions sufficient to support and sustain aquatic habitat within East San Pedro Bay. MBC's biologists are providing technical support and expertise in the preparation of alternatives, CEQA/NEPA documentation, and Initial Feasibility Report.
MBC was uniquely qualified to provide marine biological data and analyses since the company has monitored the environment offshore the El Segundo Generating Station for 30 years.Read more
MBC assisted our client by providing an assessment of the existing conditions in the marine and wetland environments in the vicinity of a proposed desalination plant located adjacent to the AES Huntington Beach Generating Station.Read more
As a subcontractor to Michael Baker International, MBC was contracted to assist in mitigation options analyses, a biological resources assessment, draft Environmental Impact Report support among other services needed.Read more