Services We Provide Include:
Environmental Planning - Resource Management
Founded in 1996, BonTerra Consulting is a certified woman-owned disadvantaged small business enterprise (WBE/DBE/SBE) that provides and conducts a variety of environmental planning consulting services, including California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documentation; natural resources and biological surveys; habitat restoration planning; regulatory services and permitting; cultural resources management; air quality, greenhouse gas emissions, and noise analyses; and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) analyses and mapping to public- and private-sector clients throughout Southern and Central California.
BonTerra Consulting’s team of professionals includes Environmental Planners; Botanists; Certified Arborists; Ornithologists; Wildlife Biologists; Restoration Ecologists; Regulatory Specialists; Archaeologists; Paleontologists; and Air Quality and Noise Specialists. This group of professionals works together as a highly effective team to meet the requirements of our clients’ projects and is recognized as one of the most experienced teams of environmental professionals in the Southern and Central California consulting community.
From Our Clients
The working relationships have been wonderful; the quality of the service in terms of knowledge, responsiveness, and profes- sionalism are beyond compare; and the documents are always complete and defensibile...
Tova Lelah, Assistant Director
Campus and Environmental Planning
The Public Utilities Department was impressed by the consistent, thorough, and efficient efforts and work products put forth by BonTerra Consulting, resulting in a successful outcome of the [Project]...
Richard Wilson, ES Director
Public Utilities Department
City of Anaheim
By providing a legally defensible document, BonTerra Consulting was able to assist the City of Long Beach in moving the [Project] forward. BonTerra Consulting clearly understands how to ensure that work products are able to withstand legal challenges...
Mark Christoffels, Deputy Director
Department of Public Works
City of Long Beach