“Excellent staff and very knowledgeable.”
Transcon Environmental, Inc. (Transcon) has over two decades of history serving clients from project planning to reclamation. We partner with utilities and other stakeholders to solve problems the industry faces today and in the future, especially as climate and energy demands change. We share our clients’ values of completing projects within budget and on time while staying compliant with all federal, state, and local regulations and holding the highest safety standards for employees and contractors.
Our motto, Understand and Serve, ensures our clients’ needs are known, and that Transcon’s work—from contract management to project staffing—is founded in helping our clients achieve their goals and missions.
Founded in 1999, Transcon’s earliest projects were planning and permitting utility lines hundreds of miles long. Supporting and serving utilities has remained our core service for over 20 years. We have since expanded into multiple different industries, such as energy, local and federal government, Tribal, mining, permitting, and water. Our staff’s collective experience negates any learning curve in knowing what is necessary on these projects. We can seamlessly step in to help with siting and routing; planning and design; permitting strategies; resource surveys and studies; compliance (National Environmental Policy Act [NEPA], State Environmental Quality Acts, Clean Water Act [CWA], Endangered Species Act [ESA], National Historic Preservation Act [NHPA]); mitigation planning and analysis; construction inspection and monitoring; and reclamation planning and reporting. Clients have sought us out to develop or improve permit application packages, plans of development or project descriptions, alternative analyses, resource reports, NEPA documents, and mitigation plans. Our range of services allows us to support clients in any phase of their project’s process.
Transcon is headquartered in the Southwest, with offices throughout the Pacific, Great Basin, Midwest, and East Coast regions, and staff working remotely across the country. We continue to grow, offering services to clients nationwide, and we have staff with field experience in Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming, among others.
Part of Transcon’s business model is to strategically hire and place staff covering a broad territory, offering cost savings to clients by decreasing mobilization and per diem expenses. We have offices, managers, and staff dispersed across the U.S. for quick deployment to project sites. This mobility is one example of how Transcon adapts to utility and industry needs and changes. Similarly, we are learning and ready to support utilities navigate new wildfire risks and ecological changes, legal and regulatory ambiguity, and the increasing need and transparency of safety practices with direct working relationships in the Beltway of Washington DC to states and local offices.
Our quality of work and applicability of experience is demonstrated by our high percentage of repeat clients and the volume of blanket purchase/master services-style contracts. Over 90 percent of Transcon’s clients have awarded us multiple contracts, and we have managed over 30 on-call-type contracts.
Listed below are the services we offer:
• Agency coordination
• Air quality monitoring and mitigation
• Avian, aquatic, wildlife, and botany surveys and monitoring
• Biological services (risk assessments, constraints reports, Biological Assessments/Evaluations)*
• Coastal Commission Acts
• California Department of Fish and Wildlife 1600 Permits (Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreements)
• Cultural resources services (pedestrian survey, testing, data recovery, records search, inventory report)*
• CWA 404/401 permits
• Drone imagery*
• ESA consultation
• Expert witness
• Facility siting and routing
• Habitat assessments
• Historic Building Inventory or Assessment and Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record
• Historic Properties Treatment Plan
• Local/state encroachment permits
• Mitigation planning
• Monitoring and Discovery Plan
• NEPA and state environmental quality acts
• NHPA (Section 106 and Section 110)
• NPDES permits and SWPPPs
• Project Record or Administrative Record management
• Public involvement
• Rivers and Harbors Act (Section 10)
• Species handling/communication
• Tribal consultation/communication
• Visual resourcs and simulations
• Wetland delineation and Waters of the United States and Jurisdictional Determination reporting*
• Wildfire safety planning
Our experience and services continue to grow as Transcon expands. We are eager to provide services and support to new clients as well as repeat ones, and our list continues to grow as new staff and qualifications are obtained.
“Excellent staff and very knowledgeable.”
Transcon is always looking for individuals dedicated to understanding and serving client needs. We’d love to have you on our team.See our current open positions
|Arizona||1745 South Alma School Road, Suite 220|
Mesa, Arizona 85210
|California||2455 Bennett Valley Road, Suite A200|
Santa Rosa, California 95404
484 Main Street / P.O. Box 434
Ferndale, CA. 95536-0434
|Utah||579 West Galena Park Place, Unit 102|
Draper, Utah 84020
444 South Main Street, Suite A6
Cedar City, Utah 84720
|Wyoming||116 4th Street, Suite 2a|
Rawlins, Wyoming 82301