Government
Federal, Tribal, State & Local

Normandeau provides a full range of environmental planning and impact assessment services using sound science and innovative technology to assist federal, state and local governments. Our experience covers diverse facilities from military installations to hydroelectric facilities. Normandeau is a small business under NAICS Code 541715.

In the last several years, the federal regulatory landscape has been a moving target with changes in administration and funding. Our team is well positioned to stay on top of these ever-changing targets and has worked as the prime or as a subcontractor for:
 

US Department of Defense: US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), US Navy, and National Guard Bureau (NGB);

US Department of Interior: Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Park Service (NPS), US Bureau of Reclamation, and US Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS);

US Department of Homeland Security: Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), US Coast Guard (USCG);

US Department of Commerce: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA); and

US Department of Transportation. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

Biological Services, Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) No. W912WJ-16-R-0003, Named Major Subcontractor to AECOM Technical Services, Inc.

Natural Resources and Conservation Services, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) No. W912WJ-17-R-0006, Team Subcontractor to Nobis Engineering, Inc.

Elizabeth Mine Superfund Site, Strafford, VT, SATOC No. W912WJ-17-R0006, Team Subcontractor to Nobis Engineering, Inc.

General Architect and Engineering Services, Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) No. W9127N-17-R-0038, Team Subcontractor to MCMStantec JV 

Professional Services for Biological Work, Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) No. W912EF-14-D-0002

Adult Fish Counting Services, Single Award Contract No. W912EF-16-C-0004

Spring Chinook Salmon Spawning Surveys, Contract No. W912EF-14-D-0002, Task Order W9127N18F0069

Environmental Engineering Professional and Technical Support Services, MATOC No. W9133L-14-D-0007, Team Subcontractor to Leidos

Ecological Baseline Studies for US Outer Continental Shelf, MATOC No. M17PC0010

Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), on behalf of BOEM; Environmental Support Services for Offshore Energy and Minerals Development; Blanket Purchase (BPA) Agreements, No. 140M0118A0005, Team Subcontractor to URS Group, Inc. (an AECOM Company)

Denver Service Center, Chesapeake and Ohio National Historic Park Natural Resource Surveys: Order No. P16PD03198

Great Lakes Bat Acoustic Database: Order No. P16PX03404

Environmental Services Schedule 899: GS-10F-0319M (SIN 899-1; SIN 899-7)

R8 National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Support Services Blanket Purchase (BPA) Agreements, No. 1243ZP18R0010, Team Subcontractor to BMT Designers & Planners

DUNS #: 82-487-0786

  • 541715* Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (except, Nanotechnology and Biotechnology)
  • 541620 Environmental Consulting Services
  • 541690 Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
  • 541360 Geophysical Surveying and Mapping Services
  • 541380 Testing Laboratories
  • 334511 Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical, and Nautical System and Instrument Manufacturing

Firm Size Standard <1,000* Employees

*Normandeau is a small business under NAICS 541715

Federal Supply Group 899, Class F999
Contract No. GS-10F-0319M
Option #3
Contract Period: June 1, 2017 through May 31, 2022

Special item Number 
  • 899-1
  • 899-1RC
  • 899-7
  • 899-7RC

Normandeau Associates has been awarded a 5-year extension to our indefinite quantity/indefinite delivery contract with the General Services Administration for environmental services. The GSA has prequalified Normandeau to make it easier for federal contracting officers to award environmental contracts, i.e., capabilities have been reviewed and rates have been negotiated. All a federal customer must do is place an order directly with a GSA schedule contractor, such as Normandeau. Federal customers can significantly reduce the time required to obtain services to as little as two weeks. Lastly, the relationship between the contractor and the customer is a direct one - the customer need not transfer funds to GSA. Online access to contract ordering information is available at: www.GSAAdvantage.gov. This multiple award contract covers the following special item numbers.


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Site Selection Analysis and Due Diligence

Permit, Application Development and Technical Support

Agency Consultation and Coordination

Expert Testimony and Technical Support

Third-party Quality Assurance Audits

Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act

Clean Water Act Sections 401, 402, and 408

Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act

Coastal Zone Management Act

Endangered Species Act

Federal Power Act

Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act

Magnuson-Stevens Fisheries Conservation and Management Act

Migratory Bird Treaty Act

National Historic Preservation Act

National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Permits and Waivers

Rivers and Harbors Act

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

Wild and Scenic Rivers Act

State and Local Natural Resource Related Statutes

Environmental Impact Statements

Environmental Assessments/Finding of No Significant Impact

Environmental Impact Assessments

Mitigation Planning and Monitoring

Environmental Documentation

Third Party Technical Reviews

FERC Licensing Strategy and Process Management

Critical Review of Comprehensive Plans, Biological Opinions, Study Reports

FERC License Compliance Management

Environmental Permit Compliance Tracking

Fisheries Mitigation

Construction and Post-construction Monitoring

Wetland Mitigation Monitoring

Erosion and Sedimentation Control

Avian/Bat Monitoring

Radiological Environmental Monitoring Program

Fish Identification (Length, Age, Sex, Growth and Food Preference), Stomach and Tissue Sampling and Analysis

Quality Assurance Programs

Monitoring for Water Quantity/Quality Concerns

Turbine/Spillway Passage Survival, Injury, and Entrainment

Turbine Operational Modifications

Fish Passage Evaluation

Monitoring of Habitat Identified as Critical Habitat for Wildlife Species or Plant Communities

To see a complete list of our Environmental Permitting & Regulatory Compliance services, click here.

Fish Collection and Characterization

Fisheries Acoustic Studies

Migratory Fish Biology, Behavior, and Restoration

Fish Population Studies and Modeling

Fish Passage Facility Operation Services

CWA 316(b) Impingement and Entrainment Surveys

Freshwater Mussel Population Survey and Species Identification

USGWS Qualified Mussel Surveyors

Scientific Diving Management and Oversight

Navigable Waters Surveys

CWA 316(b) Freshwater Mussel Studies

Essential Fish Habitat Biological Studies

Instream Flow Assessments

Aquatic Ecology Assessment

High Resolution Bathymetry

Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Surveys

Stream Redesign (Culvert, Open for Fish Passage)

Habitat Mapping, Modeling and Hydrologic Alteration Studies

Marine Mammal and Sea Turtle Analysis Habitat Analysis

Coastal, Estuarine and Marine Ecosystem Surveys

Coastal and Marine Habitat Restoration Planning and Design

Reservoir Fluctuation and Shoreline Assessments

Stream Rapid Bioassessments

CWA 316 (a) Thermal Plume Studies

Acoustic Hydrology using Acoustic Doppler Technology

Benthic Surveys

Water Quality Sampling and Monitoring

Hydrokinetic Energy Site Assessments

Groundwater Monitoring

Stormwater Sampling

Water Quality Assessment and Modeling

Water Supply Planning and Studies (Quantity and Availability)

Vibracore Sampling

Contaminated Sediment Assessments

Dredge Plume Monitoring

Erosion and Sediment Transport Evaluations

Sediment Profile Camera Benthic Surveys

Sediment Sampling, Testing, and Analysis

Dredging and Disposal Analysis and Permitting

SCUBA Certified Divers

Advanced Diver, Rescue Diver, and Certified Dive Masters

U.S. Coast Guard Licensed Boat Captains

Transportation Worker Identification Credential Security Clearance

Fish Identification (Length, Age, Sex, Growth and Food Preference), Stomach and Tissue Sampling and Analysis

Credentialed Taxonomists

Freshwater, Estuarine, and Marine Benthic Macroinvertebrates, Algae, Periphyton, Stomach Content Analysis

Ichthyoplankton, Zooplankton, and Phytoplankton Identification

Benthic Invertebrates, Algae, and Periphyton Identification

Laboratory Processing, Data Capture and Analysis, Project Reporting and Mapping

Long Term Environmental Monitoring Database Management

Quality Assurance Program

To see a complete list of our Marine & Freshwater Sciences services, click here.

Due Diligence (Consulting/Reviews, Environmental, Acquisitions)

Terrestrial Ecology Assessment and Management

Environmental Site Assessments

Critical Issues Identification

Site Screening

Habitat Restoration

Compensatory Mitigation

Habitat Restoration

Mitigation Banking and In-lieu-fees

Botanical and Aquatic Plant Surveys

Plant Community Evaluation and Mapping

Rare, Threatened, and Endangered Species

Wetland Delineation

Functions and Values Assessments

Aerial Photointerpretation and Mapping

Vernal Pool Identification and Documentation

Wetland Impact Assessment

Impact Mitigation

Stream and Riparian Habitat Assessment and Mitigation

Watershed Evaluation

To see a complete list of our Wetlands & Landscape Ecological services, click here.

Habitat Suitability Assessment

Habitat Use Surveys

Presence/Absence and Abundance Surveys for all Taxonomic Groups,
including;

  • Bat Surveys – Acoustic, Mist Netting, and Telemetry
  • Breeding Bird Surveys
  • Insects Surveys – Dragonflies, Butterflies, Tiger Beetles
  • Raptor Surveys – Migration, Breeding, and Overwintering
  • Remote Survey of Marine Species though Aerial Thermographic Imaging
  • Reptile and Amphibian Surveys
  • Track and Sign Surveys

Impact Assessment following Permit-specific Requirements

Project-specific Natural Heritage Database Review and Agency Consultation

Risk Assessments

Avian Powerline Interaction Assessments

USFWS Wind Energy Guidelines Compliant Studies

Habitat Restoration Planning

Adaptive Management Plans

Avian and Bat Protection Plans

Bald and Golden Eagle Management Plans

Identification and Assessment of Lands for Habitat-based Mitigation

Impact Mitigation Plans

Pre- and Post-Construction Monitoring including Wind Power Projects

Direct Experience Conducting Surveys for a Wide Range of State and Federally Listed Species

Qualified Surveyors for a Variety of Federally Listed Species

Federal ESA Section 7 and Section 10 Consultation

State ESA Consultation and Compliance

Habitat Conservation Plans (HCPs)

Safe Harbor Agreements

To see a complete list of our Wildlife Sciences services, click here.

ReBAT® (Remote Bat Acoustic Technology)

TIMR℠ (Turbine Integrated Mortality Reduction)

ReCON™ (Remote Condor Observation Network)

ATOM™ (Acoustic Thermographic Offshore Monitoring)

Hi-Z Turb’N Tag® (Fish survival assessment)

Hydroacoustics

High Resolution Aerial Mapping

Acoustic Tools – ARIS/DIDSON, Bathymetric Surveys, Mobile and Fixed Hydroacoustic Monitoring

High Resolution Bathymetry

Side Scan Sonar Surveys

Acoustic Doppler Current Profiling

Biotelemetry

ReMOTe (Remote Marine And Onshore Technology)

IFIM (Instream Flow Incremental Methodology)

SEFA (System for Environmental Flow Analysis)

High Resolution Aerial Imaging

Database Design and Management

GIS And Mapping

Database QA/QC

To see a complete list of our Remote Sensing & Data Visualization services, click here.

  • Over 45 years’ experience providing environmental and permitting services, from desktop and field studies to complex NEPA assessments and post-construction monitoring, including current Federal contracts.   
  • Experience at more than 200 hydropower sites nationwide, including conventional, pumped storage, and hydrokinetic facilities, on large and small river systems, in urban and remote locations.
  • Senior regulatory specialists include a former EPA Region Administrator and two former US Army Corps of Engineers District Commanders, experienced in successfully navigating complex state and federal permit processes.
  • Our patented Hi-Z Turb’N Tag® fish recapture technology has revolutionized fish injury and survival in passage through turbines and spillways.
  • Recognized by National Marine Fisheries Service for the outstanding quality of Essential Fish Habitat (EFH) impact assessments and Biological Assessments, including expertise in assessments for Sturgeon.
  • Biological studies in almost every major watershed in the US including most of the nation’s coastlines, major rivers and estuaries, and long-term monitoring studies in New England, the Hudson River, the Great Lakes, the mid-Atlantic, and the Southeast.  
  • Biological surveys of resources on the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf and assess potential impacts to those resources from offshore development utilizing ultra-high-resolution aerial imagery to record the locations of marine birds, mammals, turtles, cartilaginous fish, and other taxa, as well as boats and structures.
  • Extensive experience with remote sensing using high-resolution aerial photography and photointerpretation essential for projects in remote areas or with limited access.
  • Developed innovative bat acoustic monitoring technology to determine bat activity in the vicinity of wind farms, as well as a smart curtailment system to curtail wind turbines if certain bat species are detected.
  • Hundreds of projects conducting field wetland delineation and functional assessments, mitigation planning and design, stream and wetland restoration design, permitting, construction oversight, post-construction monitoring, and third party reviews.
  • Our highly qualified scientists rare, threatened and endangered species have worked together for longer than 25 years, providing high-caliber technical capabilities.
  • Ability to sample in all environments, including sediment survey equipment for analytical testing, pre- and post-dredge surveys, beneficial use studies, including barge-mounted and portable vibracores, Peterson and Ponar® grabs, gravity corers, hand corers and augers.
  • Highly qualified personnel and a full suite of field sampling equipment, including vessels, vibracores, gravity cores and grab samplers; Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCP); global positioning system (GPS) technology and GIS services; and biological sample analysis.
  • Extensive in-house staff expertise with rare, threatened and endangered species including freshwater mussels, bats, fish, plants and other species.
  • The largest specialized biological laboratory facilities for processing freshwater and marine samples.
  • Capacity to quickly mobilize and deploy multiple field crews to fit the needs of the project.
  • Survey and mapping specialists with thousands of miles of linear project experience including transportation corridors, transmission lines and pipelines.
  • Expert witnesses and peer reviewers for projects involving federal and state agencies.