Who We Are

Soar Environmental Consulting is dedicated to offering high quality environmental consulting services to private and public clients throughout Western U.S.

Driven by simple, powerful tenets

Our tenets are simple: based on military expertise and expounded upon through professional knowledge and practical application, we firmly believe in the importance of safe work, showing up early, identifying and resolving issues, governing the regulations and producing superior work. But as much as we love to work, we love to balance work with coming together as a team. We love to bond! It’s a simple philosophy we put into practice and that our founders truly believe in, hard work doesn’t succeed without ‘play time’ too!

Congratulations to Soar Environmental biologists Ben Arax, Dani Aparicio, and Mandy Wegmann for approval as Designated Biologists and General Biological Monitors on Construction Package 2-3 of the California High-Speed Rail!  Soar staff put many months into training, site visits, and shadowing construction monitors to gain the experience necessary to meet the stringent standards set by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.  Our biologists are now approved as Designated Biologists for California tiger salamander, San Joaquin kit fox, and Swainson’s Hawk.

February 2, 2019

Our Team

Superior Expertise

Our firm is adept at developing, implementing and managing tailored environmental, cultural, and geotechnical documents and associated permissions, leveraging years of positive agency interaction and an understanding of compliance measures associated with the federal, state and local requirements.

Why Us

The Soar Difference

Soar Environmental Consulting remains a superior choice because of our passion for a seamless customer experience.

We’re here for you

The Soar team would be honored to assist your business in any way possible and will strive to ensure your projects receive the utmost attention.
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