Wildwood Environmental has provided environmental permitting and stormwater compliance support for a wide range of projects. Our most important objective on every project is to understand our clients' goals so we can customize our services to best fit their project needs. Below are some examples of the projects we’ve worked on - get in touch to learn more.
Road 10R Improvement
Mt Hood, OR
Upgrades to an existing road within Bull Run Watershed, a highly sensitive watershed that provides drinking water for the City of Portland. Wildwood Environmental served as the environmental compliance lead and was responsible for the installation and maintenance of erosion and sediment controls and conducting stormwater inspections throughout construction.
Wheatridge 230KV Transmission Line
Morrow County, OR
Construction of 23 miles of new 230kV transmission line through farmland and undeveloped shrubland in eastern Oregon. Wildwood Environmental obtained coverage for the project under the Oregon DEQ 1200-C construction stormwater general permit, developed the Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (ESCP), and performed stormwater inspections.
Environmental Violation- Land Use Review
Land use review for environmental zoning violations due to an unpermitted residential improvement project in an environmental conservation zone. Wildwood Environmental prepared a Land Use Review application and coordinated with the client, geotechnical contractor, and City of Portland Bureau of Development Services to design and implement environmental and engineering mitigation plans. The Land Use Review application and mitigation plans were approved by the City of Portland, which allowed the client to complete their project while also improving natural resources throughout the property.
MRRF Recycling Facility
Marion County, OR
Construction of 10-acre municipal recycling facility. Wildwood Environmental served as the stormwater compliance lead during construction and performed inspections and provided compliance support in accordance with the Oregon DEQ 1200-C permit.
Installation of a new fiber optic line for a data center in eastern Oregon. The project corridor was adjacent to a wildlife management area that provides habitat for numerous waterfowl and upland bird species. Wildwood Environmental developed an ESCP, performed stormwater inspections, and provided environmental compliance support to ensure construction activities did not adversely impact the wildlife management area.
Sensitive Area Site Assessment
Site Assessment for a residential improvement project adjacent to a Vegetated Corridor/Sensitive Area. Wildwood Environmental collected vegetation, hydrology, and soil data to determine the condition of the Sensitive Area and prepared a Site Assessment and Vegetated Corridor Re-Vegetation Plan for submittal to Clean Water Services. The Site Assessment and Re-Vegetation Plan were approved by Clean Water Services, and the client was issued a Service Provider Letter that allowed them to move forward with their project.