U.S. Forest Service
McIntyre Environmental currently holds a Blanket Purchase Agreement with the U.S. Forest Service, Region Three (Southwest) to provide NEPA services.
Hualapai Tribal Utility Authority
As an on-call employee with Tierra Right of Way, David McIntyre is currently assisting in the preparation of an EA for the Grand Canyon West transmission line and substation for the Hualapai Tribal Utility Authority (HTUA). The project will cross Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Hualapai Tribal land. BLM is the lead agency for NEPA.
Bureau of Land Management
McIntyre Environmental, partnered with Ecology and Environment (Prime), Galileo Project, and Kearns and West, currently has a Blanket Purchase Agreement with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to provide NEPA services across the United States.
As a subcontractor to Pioneer Technical Services, McIntyre Environmental is helping to prepare an EA and plan amendment for oil and gas leasing for the BLM Battle Mountain District in Nevada. This EA will analyzes the impact of designating areas as open and closed to oil and gas leasing as well as proposed stipulations to protect different resources.
As a subcontractor to Aarcher Inc. Mcintyre Environmental is preparing a Comprehensive Management Plan and EA for the Jupiter Inlet Outstanding Natural Area (ONA) in Jupiter, FL. This Coordinated Management Plan and EA will analyze the impact of a variety of land use allocations that govern how Jupiter Inlet ONA is managed by the BLM.
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Upper Colorado Region
McIntyre Environmental, partnered with Statistical Research Incorporated (SRI), currently has a Blanket Purchase Agreement to provide environmental services to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Upper Colorado Region.
Navajo Nation, Arizona
As a subcontractor to Statistical Research Inc. (SRI) McIntyre Environmental is currently performing general and focused biological resources surveys and is preparing Environmental Assessments (EAs) under NEPA to support two water pipeline laterals for the Navajo Nation and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation in New Mexico.
California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
McIntyre Environmental is working as a subcontractor to BRG Consulting (BRG) on the 311 Manchester Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the City of Encinitas and the Discovery Valley (DVC) Landfill EIR for Imperial County. The 311 Manchester Project is a 19-acre new senior care facility within the
Cardiff‐by‐the‐Sea community of the City of Encinitas, California. The DVC Landfill is the opening of a new cell at the DVC Landfill for non hazardous geothermal energy waste in Imperial County, California. We also recently participated with 48 North Solutions in the development of a permitting feasibility study for the development of a fiber optic cable landing in the City of Redondo Beach, California.