Thousands of miles of linear infrastructure projects across the US. Responsive and cost-effective field services.
We specialize in natural resource field assessment. Our company offers responsive and cost- effective field services, provided by field scientists who understand the demands and needs of the energy industry. Our field staff is aware of constructability constraints and understand landowner and stakeholder engagement. We can provide assistance with projects in development as well as those requiring compliance while in construction.
We are focused on core services that include:
Verdanterra’s wetland ecologists, wildlife biologists, and soil scientists are experts in conducting natural resource field assessments. We thrive on complex linear projects such as those associated with pipelines and transmission lines. Our staff understands the value of rapidly collecting high-quality and defensible data. We have experience in all corners of the country, and our staff is qualified to work in a wide range of ecosystems.
Our projects and expertise span the energy, transportation, government, and commercial industries. We provide field- based services as our core business, so we are able to supplement your team or lead field-based programs. Our staff knows permitting and design constraints and will alert the project team to potential critical issues early.
Our scientists have experience delineating and permitting projects across the continental U.S. We solve problems for our clients as they relate to identifying resources, evaluating functions and values, mitigating impacts, permitting actions, and monitoring restoration.
We have established solid working relationships with regulatory agencies, and our regulatory knowledge and scientific expertise are well respected. To support these efforts, Verdanterra employs an experienced team of regulatory experts who are familiar with various wetland ecosystems; our focus, however, is using regulation to support our field practices.
Verdanterra has extensive experience in designing and performing baseline wildlife surveys, identifying habitats, and developing impact analyses and management plans. Our staff has experience in conducting wildlife studies in various ecosystems around the country, with a focus on rare, threatened or endangered species. Our Certified Wildlife Biologists routinely perform surveys associated with major projects, including highly visible, FERC-regulated facilities such as gas pipeline and hydroelectric projects.