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I have the opportunity to work with experienced and talented people, across many industries in a working environment that emphasizes collaboration. Cardno ENTRIX has given me the opportunity to leverage what I had learned in school and experience and apply it to real world issues. Cardno ENTRIX allows me to work on a wide range of projects and enjoy a diversified experience.

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Featured News

Cardno ENTRIX Appoints Michael J. Rudd as the Southwest Business Unit Manager

2014-07-24

Concord, CA. (July 24)— Cardno ENTRIX, an environmental, natural resource, and health sciences consulting firm is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael J. Rudd, PE, to the position of Southwest Business Unit Manager for the firm. In his new position, he will assume responsibility for the operations of offices based in California, Nevada, Texas and Louisiana. Mike has been a member of the Cardno ENTRIX team for 21 years, where he has held positions of increasing responsibility. He also currently is the firm’s Technical Director for the Restoration, Engineering and Geomorphology Group, and has led his team to receive five “Best in Basin” awards from the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. His diverse engineering background includes projects involving habitat enhancement, river and wetland restoration, watershed management, water diversion facilities, fish passage/trapping facilities, recreation facilities, jurisdictional earthen dams, subdivision and university campus development, sustainable agricultural development, and hazardous waste remediation. ... more >>

Cardno Welcomes Robert Esenwein CEP as Senior Consultant/Vice President

2014-07-08

Engineering and environmental consulting firm Cardno is pleased to welcome Robert (Bob) Esenwein to the firm in the Houston, Texas, office as a Senior Consultant / Vice President. Bob is an environmental and facilities planner whose project experience encompasses National Environmental Policy Act compliance, Department of Army 404/10 permitting, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers water resources planning, including coastal restoration through the beneficial use of dredged material, and flood damage reduction studies in the Corp’s civil works program. Bob has performed work for private sector clients and federal agencies, including all branches of the United States military, the United States Departments of Agriculture, Housing and Urban Development, Federal Homeland Security Agency, General Services Administration, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Fisheries Services, and the U.S. Department of Energy. As part of the leadership Bob joins other Permitting & Compliance experts ... more >>

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Cardno Announces US-based Non-Executive Appointment

2014-04-14

Cardno Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Elizabeth Fessenden to the Board as a Non-Executive Director. To read the announcement or to learn more about Cardno, visit www.cardno.com.

Skagit River – State Road 20 Road Protection and Restoration project makes headlines

2014-04-11

Skagit County, Washington King 5 News recently reported on the Washington State Department of Transportation’s artificial log jam project which is designed to provide habitat friendly bank protection. The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) hired Cardno ENTRIX to provide services in support of Skagit River – State Road 20 Road Protection and Restoration, project that will protect the road, fish and provide a long-term solution to 1300 feet of in the wild and scenic Skagit River along State Route (SR) 20 between Rockport and Marblemount. Cardno ENTRIX engineers are leading the Skagit River – State Road 20 Road Protection project to install DolotimberTM System engineered logjams to provide a long-term solution to protecting critical highway and minimizing repetitive maintenance for the WSDOT. To read the article and view the news segment click here. For further information contact Jack Bjork Senior Consultant, / Restoration, Engineering & Geomorphology ... more >>

Sr. Project Manager, Alix Matos Will Present on the Falls Lake Nutrient Management Strategy

2014-03-25

Ms. Alix Rooker Matos, a licensed environmental engineer, will present on the reexamination process for the Falls Lake Nutrient Management Strategy that was passed by the North Carolina Environmental Management Commission in 2010 and requires 40 percent reductions in existing nitrogen loading and 77 percent reductions in existing phosphorus loading to Falls Lake. The regulated entities affected by the Strategy are part of the Upper Neuse River Basin Association (UNRBA), and Cardno ENTRIX has been assisting the UNRBA in undertaking a review of the Falls Lake Strategy. Part of the recently completed phase of work included development of a cost-benefit analysis that uses water quality models and current information to predict the impacts that nutrient reductions will have on lake water quality and designated uses. The analysis indicates that the Strategy will cost citizens in the watershed over $67 million per year, but that estimated annual benefits to the recreational ... more >>

Cardno ENTRIX project awarded project of the year by the American Public Works Northern California Chapter

2014-03-19

(Antioch, CA) Upper Sand Creek Basin project was awarded “Project of the Year” by The American Public Water Works Association Northern California Chapter. Cardno ENTRIX provided the Contra Costa County Flood Control & Water Conservation District restoration planning, restoration design, hydrologic and hydraulic study/model (H&H) for the low flow channel/stream restoration, habitat mitigation and monitoring plan (404 permitting document), and also provided construction support on the Upper San Creek Basin (USCB) project. The project is the largest capitol flood control project that the District has completed to date. The flood protection and restoration project involved expansion of the basin to store additional storm water, building of a 1,800 foot-long dam, restoring 3,500 linear feet of Sand Creek, included planting over 2,500 willow trees, created ten acres of wetlands inside the basin, and installation of an innovative trash capture device to help clean up the creek. The USCB is ... more >>

Tamara Klug Leads the Upcoming Roundtable Discussion

2014-03-17

Cardno ENTRIX Senior Biologist, Tamara Klug will lead the discussion "How to best plan your client's projects to avoid ESA permitting pitfalls" at the upcoming America Bar Association (ABA) – Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources 43rd Spring Conference. The Spring Conference brings environmental, energy, and resources law issues to the fore front and provides attendees with a wide variety of subject-matter issues to help prepare every lawyer, at any level, to respond more effectively to today’s problems. The Federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) has resulted in the listing of thousands of species since it was first enacted in 1973. Over the last decade, NGOs have petitioned many hundreds of species decisions under the ESA, many of which were added to candidate lists but final decisions were not reached over many years following candidate designations. In a historic settlement agreement in 2011, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) ... more >>
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