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.
August – Confluence is hiring! Please click here to view our posting for a Project Biologist.
Confluence is pleased to announce that our summer intern is now our Staff Scientist! Suzanne Vieira is now an official member of the Confluence team and has hit the ground running on many project types, including wetland delineations, fish handling and species identification, and permit preparation. Suzanne also recently received a Wetland Professional in Training certificate from the Society of Wetland Scientists – her first step toward earning Professional Wetland Scientist certification. Congratulations, Suzanne!
May – Confluence now has a Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner! Kerrie McArthur, Senior Biologist, recently received CERP certification from the Society of Ecological Restoration. A designation of CERP indicates achievement of a high standard of knowledge and experience in the field of ecological restoration. Kerrie is now one of 14 individuals with CERP status in Washington State – a truly distinguished accomplishment! Congratulations, Kerrie!
January – Confluence has been certified as a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) by the Washington State Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises. With this certification, we can now help agencies and prime consultants meet their DBE goals. For more information, see the “Search Certified Firm Directory” button on the OMWBE website.
January – Traci Sanderson is now a certified Professional Wetland Scientist. The certification, awarded by the Society of Wetland Scientists, identifies individuals qualified to assess and manage wetlands based on both educational and experience requirements. Congratulations, Traci!