Gomez and Sullivan have a diverse team of environmental professionals experienced in designing and conducting hydrology studies and hydropower environmental studies across a wide range of resource disciplines. Our primary environmental services include habitat assessments, fisheries studies, water quality monitoring and modeling, sediment/erosion studies, botanical and invasive species surveys, and fluvial geomorphic assessments. Paramount to our work is a commitment to objectivity, rigorous data analysis, and technical reporting.
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Aquatic & Terrestrial Habitat Assessments
Our team of environmental engineers are experts in designing and implementing assessments of aquatic and terrestrial environments. Following the latest protocol and methods, our team of hydrologist, ecologist and other environmental scientists investigate the environmental impact of hydropower structures and recreational facilities on the productivity and biodiversity of ecosystems.
Gomez and Sullivan provide environmental consultation for hydropower projects. With our particular expertise in fisheries studies and fish passage, we assist our clients with maintaining environmental compliance and lessening habitat loss and alteration. Our services include surveys of fish communities and spawning assessments, instream flow studies and consultation for the design and construction of effective fish pass structures and fishways.
Water Quality Monitoring & Modelling
Our hydrology studies service includes water quality monitoring and modeling. We help our clients assess the quality of water and identify existing problems by testing the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water. We predict future issues that may arise using integrated monitoring and modeling methods.
Our environmental studies services include land assessments to identify wetland boundaries
We conduct ecological surveys to provide our clients with the data needed to support planning applications.
Our expert ecologists undertake invasive species surveys and assessments, providing consultation on how to deal with invasive plants and animals within protocol.
Gomez and Sullivan have extensive experience in designing and executing studies of rare, threatened, and endangered species for conservation management.
Gomez and Sullivan conduct sediment and erosion studies to identify and prevent sediment and erosion runoff impacting the water quality of rivers, lakes and streams.
Geomorphic assessments conducted by Gomez and Sullivan detail the impact of hydropower structures on watershed health and equilibrium. We provide solutions on how to maintain balance during water resource projects.
Our service includes the development of watershed plans to help our clients be in compliance with water quality standards and water protection regulations.
Our service includes the development of shoreline management plans to ensure projects are in line with FERC license requirements.