After construction is complete, our maintenance and monitoring crews provide the follow-through to make sure your project achieves the desired results. Our crews have the skills to handle everything from rare plant communities, expansive revegetation sites, to parks and athletic fields. Our full-time, experienced crews are trained and equipped to meet the restoration and establishment goals of our public agency and private development clients.
Our crews use modern, efficient, and safe equipment. They are trained and equipped for remote watering and irrigation development, weeding and exotics removal, browse guard management, fertilization, pruning, and high grass and turf mowing. We are also certified for pesticide application as well as erosion and sediment control.
Restoration establishment is a process with many variables. Knowledge, anticipation, and flexibility become critical to the success of the projects. Hanford ARC maintenance and monitoring management staff collaborate with construction managers and supervisors long before construction is complete to become familiar with the projects and to offer advice on how to improve the project for success and efficiency during the establishment and maintenance phase. Our goal is to achieve high quality results with the greatest efficiency and best value for the client.
Types of plant biomes maintained and monitored:
North oak woodland savannah
Coastal salt marsh
Foothill grassland vernal pool
Coastal prairie vernal pool
Inland coastal chaparral
Serpentine (rare plant) Community
Artificial grassland (parks and athletic fields)
Artificial ornamental (commercial landscapes)
Sub alpine coniferous
Sub alpine meadow