Industrial General Permit Monitoring
AMS QISP-trained scientists take on a variety of roles to assist regulated facilities to develop and implement required monitoring efforts to best ensure consistency with IGP requirements.
San Francisco Pier 70 CEQA Analysis
AMS characterized and defined the existing marine biological communities and habitats for the Port of San Francisco’s Pier 70 redevelopment project in accordance with California Environment Quality Act (CEQA).
Compliance Monitoring for Hermosa Beach Fiber Optic Cable Landing
AMS scientists were responsible for monitoring four Horizontal Directionally Drilled (HDD) bore holes in Hermosa Beach, California. A key component of this permit compliance validation effort was the monitoring of the HDD drilling operations for potential drilling fluid releases both onshore and offshore along each bores trajectory.
Mitigation Monitoring of the Chevron Long Wharf
AMS designed a multi-year compliance monitoring program and managed its implementation for the California State Lands Commission at the Chevron Long Wharf in Richmond, CA.
CEQA / NEPA Analysis for the 34th America’s Cup Races
In support of the most recent America’s Cup Races in San Francisco Bay, AMS prepared the marine-related components of required CEQA and NEPA documentation for involved parties, including City/County of San Francisco, the National Park Service, US Coast Guard and US Army Corps of Engineers, National Marine Fisheries Service, and the California Department of Fish…