Great Ecology is an ecological consulting firm focused on the restoration, planning, and design of both natural and urban environments through sustainable solutions. We integrate science with design to solve complex ecological challenges to achieve environmental, social, and business goals.
Great Ecology coordinated compliance issues related to dredge material management and permitting to redevelop the Port of Long Beach Berth D44 as a bulk aggregate shipping facility. As a result the dredging was been completed and the site will soon be an operational bulk aggregate shipping facility
Great Ecology provided ecological guidance to enhance Civitas’ urban open space and park designs for the Stapleton North planned community. Previously a decommissioned airport and degraded site, the designs and habitat selected for the 70-acre park system will reintegrate the natural ecology of the surrounding native areas, provide public access, and is a model for urban redevelopment with the mix of green, residential, commercial, and natural areas.
Great Ecology is the ecological consultant to a mining company and helping permit the Rasmussen Valley and Husky mines in the phosphate region of Idaho
Great Ecology is conducting biological investigations and implementing an approved monitoring plan for Lake San Marcos, a nutrient-impaired water body in Southern California.
Great Ecology is the ecological consultant for Major League Soccer who is currently in the conceptual design phase of developing a soccer stadium in New York City. The proposed stadium would be located on top of the 6.5-acre Fountain of the Planets in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Created for the 1964 World Fair, this underutilized water feature is currently owned by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. Great Ecology has performed vegetative, hydrological, and ecological assessments to inform the conceptual design of the stadium site and potential parkland replacement sites. The work includes wetland delineation, tree evaluation and survey, hydrological data collection, identification of potential federal regulatory oversight issues, and development of land use permit application materials. The team for this high-profile project includes ICON Venue Group, HR&A Advisors, SHoP Architects, and Langan Engineering. Great Ecology adds its extensive experience in permitting, remediation, mitigation and restoration to this outstanding team.