The Noblest Motive
Dealing with contaminant release or getting a permit for new construction requires government participation. In Southern California this is often handled at the county level, e.g., through San Diego County’s Department of Environmental Health. The motto on S.D. county's seal applies to all county activities but seems especially appropriate for environmental issues.
Local government review is well worth the fees and (usually minor) delays prior to permit-approval or case-closure. MBCE cooperates with county agents and their mandates, and we encourage clients to appreciate government review of our engineered solutions and additional focus on community-based matters such as soil/groundwater quality and disease prevention.
Within the county, two sections are most involved with MBCE work,
Site Assessment and Mitigation and
Land and Water Quality
Our relationships with county agents, built over many years, help make our services timely and productive. At Site Assessment and Mitigation, our primary contact is Ewan Moffat, a California-certified engineering geologist. At Land and Water Quality, we work with California-registered Environment Health Specialists, Craig, Scott, Desiree, Catherine, and others.
We are proud to be part of the Noblest Motive claimed in their motto.