Federal/State Permits

Lilburn Corporation’s experience with governmental regulations and permitting processes provides strategic insight to procedural requirements for permitting projects. Lilburn Corporation is experienced in the preparation of Biological Resources Assessments and Jurisdictional Delineations. We have participated in numerous Section 7 and 10a consultations with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Our in-house services include the preparation of background studies as supporting data, and the completion of applications for Clean Water Act Sections 401 and 404 permits and California Department of Fish and Game Section 1600 agreements. Lilburn Corporation has identified habitat for exchange and provided consultation on quality and value in condemnation lawsuits for habitat acquisition.

Condition Compliance

Lilburn Corporation provides expertise in preparing, implementing and monitoring conditions of approval associated with all project permitting. We have in-house capabilities to provide condition compliance services to provide for biological resources monitoring, and habitat management, We assist local lead agencies and mine operators once a mine site has been permitted by providing annual inspections and reporting, annual financial assurance documentation, and reclamation or re-vegetation planning and monitoring.

Habitat Plans

Lilburn Corporation’s services include conducting field work and reporting necessary to comply with Federal agency permit conditions for a variety of resources including federal and state-listed species. Our experience includes field studies and surveys necessary to obtain baseline data in the areas of impact, including trapping, identification, distribution mapping, and monitoring. Management plans describe the existing conditions, performance criteria and assurances for the mitigation work. Our experience includes the planning and preparation of Habitat Conservation Plans, including San Bernardino County’s Valley-Wide HCP, San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District’s HCP, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers HCP for the Seven Oaks Dam.