Insignia has executed all phases of project implementation and assisted clients with successfully operating their facilities across the U.S.
Environmental Regulatory Training
Our comprehensive, custom Environmental Regulatory Training program was designed to educate client staff on the agencies, regulations, permitting vehicles, and typical compliance strategies applicable to the construction and operation and maintenance of linear energy infrastructure.
Fire Hardening Project
This project combined more than 70 existing use permits and easements into one Master Special Use Permit for 69 kilovolt power line and 12 kilovolt distribution facilities on U.S. Forest Service land.
Gas Conversion and Interconnect Project
From developing the permitting strategy to overseeing restoration, Insignia assisted our client for the conversion of an existing petroleum product line into a natural gas line, involving the construction of two interconnections from an existing petroleum product line to the existing northern and southern gas transmission systems.
Groundwater Storage and Recovery Project
Insignia’s work supported the construction and operation of 16 groundwater production wells, associated distribution and treatment facilities, and upgrades to an existing pumping station.
New Natural Gas Pipeline Project
Insignia oversaw the preparation of an Environmental Assessment and Biological Assessment for the construction of approximately 135 miles of mainline and header natural gas pipeline.
Pipeline Lowering Project
From conducting resource surveys to preparing post-construction reports, Insignia was involved from the initial permitting through restoration of this approximately 260-foot-long replacement of 30-inch natural gas pipeline located in a large desert wash.
Power Line Rebuild Project
Insignia routed, permitted, conducted surveys for, inspected, and conducted post-construction restoration monitoring for this approximately 24-mile-long, 120 kilovolt electric power line rebuild project.
Wind Farm Monitoring Project
Insignia studied the impacts of avian and bat fatalities from the repowering a wind facility from 179 150- and 160-kilowatt wind turbines to 38 new 1.0-megawatt turbines.