Jeff Thomas, B.S.

Jeff has more than 25 years of consulting and local government experience in environmental and land use planning, CEQA and NEPA compliance, regulatory compliance strategy and permitting, and natural resources management. His experience includes managing controversial and complex environmental planning projects, providing technical direction, QA/QC, and leading public and stakeholder meetings. Jeff’s project experience includes work on residential master planned communities; municipal water and wastewater pipelines, pump stations, road and bridge repair, flood protection and channel and levee maintenance; in-stream and off-stream agricultural water supply reservoirs; habitat conservation plans; open space and marine preserves; tidal marsh habitat restoration; urban parks,; electrical transmission infrastructure; geothermal energy supply; commercial and industrial developments; landfill expansion and green waste composting, and microwave communication facilities. Jeff is skilled at coordinating with engineers, designers, and planners to ensure that the project design is captured adequately in the environmental compliance process and that the environmental process does not slow down the engineering, design, or planning process.

Environmental Project Management

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