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San Mateo Creek Restoration Project, Camp Pendleton Marine Base, San Diego County, CA.

Mr. Touré served as the Project Manager/Senior Biologist of the Habitat Restoration Plan in accordance with a Biological Opinion issued by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The restoration project consisted of four sites, two riparian areas and two coastal sage scrub areas. A mitigation and monitoring plan was also initiated and completed by the project team under the direct supervision of Mr. Touré.

East Orange Planned Community, Habitat Creation Program, County of Orange, CA.

Mr. Touré served as the Project Manager/Senior Biologist of the Habitat Creation and Relocation Plan for lands managed by The Nature Conservancy of Orange County and the Irvine Ranch Land Reserve. A total of twenty-two created wetlands were constructed within conservation easements granted to The Nature Conservancy of Orange County.

East Orange General Plan Area, Biological Monitoring Report and Resource Management Plan, City of Orange, CA.

Mr. Touré served as the Project Manager/Biologist for conducting and leading a team of biologists, hydrologists, and archeologists for the preparation of a Resource Management Plan (RMP) for the Irvine Ranch Land Reserve and The Nature of Conservancy of Orange County. The project area covered approximately 1,500 acres of Open Space Land.

Biological Services, Hughson-Grayson Electrical Transmission Line Project, Turlock Irrigation District, Stanislaus County, CA.

TA provided a review of the biological resources of the proposed electrical transmission line alignment and prepared the Administrative Draft Environmental Impact Report (Biological Resources) for a 14-mile electrical transmission line and alternative routes in unincorporated Stanislaus County.

City of Madera Wastewater Treatment Plant Project, Cultural Resources Report, Madera, CA.

TA and TGS (Three Girls & a Shovel) conducted a cultural resources assessment of a wastewater treatment plant facility in the City of Madera. The services required a comprehensive analysis of historical, archeological, architectural, and cultural resources within the project expansion area.

Victorville Assemblage Project, Regulatory Permitting Services, City of Victorville, CA.

Mr. Touré served as the Regulatory Specialist for the preparation of the regulatory permit applications required for a 450-acre project site. Regulatory permits consisted of the preparation and successful receipt of a CDFG 1602 Streambed Alteration Agreement and Section 401 Certification.

Fresno 40 Project, Biological Resources (EIR), City of Fresno, CA.

Mr. Touré served as the Senior Project Biologist for the biological resources section of the Fresno 40 Environmental Impact Report (EIR) prepared by MBA and approved by the City of Fresno. Mr. Touré expertise was utilized in getting a controversial project approved, which included mitigation recommendations to meet local and regional natural resource management concerns.

Modesto Junior College Project, Biological Resources Assessment, City of Modesto, CA.

TA staff provided on-call biological service for MBA to conduct a biological assessment of the 288-acre Modesto Junior College east and west campus facilities. TA’s biologist conducted onsite surveys and prepared Biological Resources Assessment reports that included habitat assessments and focused surveys for special-status species in compliance with the California Department of Fish and Game. The project required a comprehensive analysis of physical environmental impacts and mitigation measures for proposed campus construction.

Los Banos Landfill Project, Biological Resources Assessment, City of Los Banos, CA.

TA staff provided on-call biological service for MBA to conduct a biological assessment of the 50-acre landfill site. TA’s biologist conducted onsite surveys and prepared Biological Resources Assessment reports that included habitat assessments and focused surveys for special-status species in compliance with the California Department of Fish and Game. The project required a comprehensive analysis of physical environmental impacts and mitigation measures for proposed construction.

Selma Crossings Project, Biological Services, City of Selma, CA.

TA staff provided on-call biological service for MBA to conduct a biological assessment of a 300-acre project site. TA’s biologist conducted onsite surveys and prepared Biological Resources Assessment reports that included habitat assessments for special-status species in compliance with CEQA. The project required a comprehensive analysis of physical environmental impacts and mitigation measures for proposed construction.

 
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