Padre’s Bakersfield office offers both environmental sciences and geoenvironmental services with experienced staff knowledgeable in biological, geological and environmental permitting services. The Bakersfield field office is staffed with biologists, permitting experts, and senior project managers with many years of experience in the San Joaquin Valley, Southern Sierra Nevada, Tehachapi Mountains and eastern Kern County. With this regional focus, the Bakersfield office provides site specific services designed to meet the unique demands of the region’s energy (both petroleum and alternative) and agricultural industries particularly for challenging linear projects such as pipelines and electrical transmission lines. The Bakersfield staff also has experience with specialized projects including pipeline construction, oil spills, leaks, and mining reclamation. In addition, the staff is certified to prepare and implement Dust Control Plans under the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District’s Regulation VIII.
Our staff can help with permitting and consultation with multiple agencies including: US Forest Service, EPA, US Coast Guard, Bureau of Land Management, US Army Corps of Engineers, US Fish and Wildlife, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR), and Regional Water Quality Control Board, to name a few.
Mr. Correa is a Project Manager/Biologist who oversees the day to day management of the Bakersfield office as well as the coordination of the biological studies group in the office. His work experience consists of over 10 years of conducting biological surveys and permitting for threatened and endangered species in the San Joaquin Valley, Western Mojave Desert and Tehachapi Mountains. Mr. Correa has managed the preparation and submittal of federal and state environmental permits for the oil/gas industry and public-sector clients.
3500 Coffee Road, Suite B
Bakersfield, CA 93308