Confluence Environmental Company

Confluence Environmental Company delivers a variety of environmental, infrastructure, and development projects.

We offer services in environmental science, project management, and regulatory strategy and compliance. Our team includes fish and wetland scientists, built and natural environment planners, regulatory and permitting specialists, and GIS and remote sensing experts. We ensure that each project is staffed with an outstanding team that can successfully deliver strategic solutions. Read more about our services here.

Our mission: To improve our community through effective and efficient solutions to our clients’ complex needs, while fostering a positive work place of innovation and opportunity.


November – Confluence is incredibly grateful in 2020 for our continued work on meaningful projects in our Washington community and beyond. Like so many other firms, we have been finding creative ways to be effective and productive working from home and connecting as an organization. We sincerely appreciate the flexibility and collaboration of our clients in moving projects forward and keeping everyone safe.

As we do each year, we are giving back to the community with contributions to 19 nonprofit organizations. The following organizations were chosen by our employees:
Ballard Food Bank, Boys & Girls Club of Whatcom County, Crosscut, Estelita’s Library, Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, Got Green, HERO House NW, KUOW, Long Live the Kings, Mary’s Place, Mountains to Sound Greenway, Puget Sound Restoration Fund, Salish Sea Expeditions, Seattle Aquarium, Seattle Public Library Foundation, SHADOW Lake Nature Preserve, The Block Project, The Nature Conservancy, Whatcom Land Trust.
Best wishes to you and yours for a healthy and happy holiday season!

October – Confluence is very excited to announce that Geneva Faulkner has joined our Bellingham office. Geneva is a Senior Environmental Planner with a strong background in NEPA, SEPA, and environmental permitting. Outside of work, Geneva plays violin in the Bellingham Symphony Orchestra, and, like a few other Confluence colleagues, is an avid mountain biker, as well as a hiker and trail runner. Welcome, Geneva!