Padre’s Guadalupe office staff is experienced with the various facets of oil field assessment, remediation, and restoration and is presently providing engineering, geoenvironmental, cultural resources support, ecological monitoring and restoration services in support of the Guadalupe Oil Field Restoration Project in San Luis Obispo County Padre’s team consists of over 30 staff members including engineers, geologists, chemists, wildlife biologists, botanists, restoration ecologists, permitting and compliance coordinators, archaeologists, health and safety managers, hazardous waste managers, and field technicians. Padre’s scope of services at Guadalupe includes site reconnaissance, historical research, and soil and groundwater assessment in support of agency negotiations and project planning. Padre provides environmental planning services to develop large-scale excavation grading and dewatering plans in coordination with preparation of project descriptions and permit application packages for agency submittal. Padre’s field staff provides excavation monitoring oversight, permit compliance monitoring, waste management, and engineering support to ensure the remediation project is completed as planned and in accordance with permit requirements. Padre’s restoration ecologists conduct wildlife and botanical surveys in support of Site-Specific Restoration Plans and protection of sensitive status plants and wildlife under the guidance of the site-specific Ecological Monitoring Program. Specifically, Padre biologists:

  • monitor remediation activities to minimize impacts to sensitive status plants and wildlife;
  • prepare and implement site-specific restoration plans, which include on-site seed collection, plant propagation, planting, seeding, maintenance activities and success monitoring.; and
  • assess and monitor on-site biological resources by conducting Western snowy plover breeding surveys, California red-legged frog eyeshine and breeding surveys, and annual sensitive status plant surveys.

The Guadalupe site contains numerous natural and constructed wetlands, and contains over 300 groundwater monitoring wells, which are monitored quarterly pursuant to meeting agency water quality objectives. Padre documents all of the field data collection activities and remediation efforts in technical documents that are submitted to regulatory agencies on quarterly, semi-annual, and annual reporting frequencies.



Ryan Zukor, P.G.

Mr. Zukor manages the geoenvironmental functions of the Padre Guadalupe office and is a professional geologist.


Alyssa Berry

Ms. Berry manages the environmental sciences functions of the Padre Guadalupe office and isa field biologist.



2184 West Thornberry Road
Guadalupe, CA 93434
805.858.3032 phone
805.343.0842 fax