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Marstel-Day, LLC Proprietarywww.Marstel-Day.com Conservation & Consulting From Sea To Stars July 2014
Company Overview Mission: Execute projects that enhance the environment and permanently conserve natural resources and wildlife habitat. Vision: Conduct careful and impartial work to ensure that environmental planning contemplates the interdependencies among the resources involved to arrive at a full and balanced range of options.
Who We Are Environmental consulting company established in 2002. Primary NAICS code is 541620, Environmental Consulting Services 127 full-time staff and subject matter consultants located in our Fredericksburg, VA HQ and regional offices Woman-owned, small, HUBZone business enterprise Deeply committed to strategies that help preserve the planet’s wildlife and habitat
Our Offices Our offices are strategically located to maximize employee’s access to public transportation and equipped with eco- friendly carpets, zero- VOC paint, bike racks, and dedicated outdoor spaces.
Green Vendor Marstel-Day founded on the premise of green consulting projects Workplace clustering; Earth Day commitments; Telecommute grants; Green office furniture; Recycling & composting; Virginia Green supplier Vital Voices of the Environment; Carbon offsets; Green supplies; Rain Barrels & Gardens; Corporate Social Responsibility Plan; Climate Adaptation Plan; Bike Racks Phase 1: 2002 - 2004 Phase 2: 2004 - 2008 Phase 3: 2008 - Present Our journey to achieving a deeper shade of green.
Full-Time Employees Our staff is a vibrant mix of former senior military program officials, land use planners, real estate, environmental and natural resources professionals, and GIS practitioners.
Advisory Council Marstel-Day's trusted Council of Advisors provides top- level advice and guidance on key issue areas of interest to the company and its clients. Marstel-Day's trusted Council of Advisors provides top- level advice and guidance on key issue areas of interest to the company and its clients. Hon. Sherri Goodman, Chair Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, CNA Jon Michael Davis Former President & CEO, China’s National Institute of Clean & Low Carbon Energy Hon. James Mahoney Former Assistant Secretary of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Maj Gen E. Gray Payne Senior Vice President, Marine Corps Programs Division, Columbia Group Will Travis Senior Advisor, Bay Area Joint Policy Committee Ruth Greenspan Bell Public Policy Scholar, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Gerald E. Galloway, Jr. Flood Policy Expert & Member, National Academy of Engineering RADM Christopher J. Mossey Former Commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Jackalyne Pfannenstiel Principal, Haskell Point Advisors Hon. S. Enders Wimbush Executive Director for Strategy & Development, National Bureau of Asian Research Henri Bisson Former Deputy Director, Operations, Bureau of Land Management Evan Hirsche President, Wild Eyed Creative Services LLC Dr. Mamie A. Parker Former Special Assistant to Director, USFWS and Regional Director Lt Gen John F. Regni Director, Aerospace & Defense Initiative, Science Foundation Arizona
Our Services Conservation Services Natural Resource Studies Ecosystem Services Water Resources Cultural Resources GIS-based Landscape Analysis Climate Change & Energy Climate Adaptation & Resiliency Climate Risk Analysis Carbon Sequestration & Emissions Resource Forecasting & Analysis Renewable Energy, Permitting & Policy Sustainability Services Environmental Planning & Policy Encroachment and Compatible Land Use NEPA and Supporting Studies Strategic Communication & Engagement Regulatory Compliance, Permitting & Policy Analysis Smart Growth and Sustainability Geospatial Services Global Environmental Security International Support to NATO Programs Global Environmental Monitoring Strategic Communications & Engagement Global Environmental Assessments & Sustainability Analysis Program Support Services
Marstel-Day’s President, Rebecca R. Rubin developed the Conservation Conveyance legislation, 10 USC, 2694(a), which led to the conservation of 80,000 acres, including establishment of several national wildlife refuges. Conservation Services Natural Resource Studies. We specialize in landscape conservation planning studies and our staff have completed hundreds of projects nationwide, including conservation planning, INRMPs, wildlife plans, and surveys. Ecosystem Services. Ecosystem services and economic analysis are integrated into our environmental planning and conservation studies. Water Resources. Our water resource planners and engineers conduct water demand sustainability studies, stormwater planning, policy analysis, and conservation studies. Cultural Resources. Marstel-Day and our partners have conducted Phase I/II cultural resource surveys, HABS/HAER studies, Native American consultation, and Section 106 consultation, as well as support Programmatic Agreements with the SHPO. GIS-based Landscape Analysis & Modeling. Marstel-Day’s team of GIS specialists and landscape ecologists develop win-win strategies for conserving habitat and at-risk species, while preserving critical mission functions and building partnerships at a landscape scale.
Marstel-Day’s GIS Team has prepared 3D renderings and analysis for these land use compatibility studies. Environmental Planning Encroachment and Compatible Land Use Encroachment Control Plans Encroachment Action Plans Installation Complex Encroachment Management Action Plans (ICEMAPs) NEPA EIS, EA, ROD, and FNSI Scoping and Public Meetings Supporting surveys and assessments (cultural, biological) Resource analysis and modeling Strategic Communication & Engagement Strategic Planning, Policy Formulation, and Organizational/Program Reform Community Partnerships, Complex Facilitation, Charrettes Regulatory Compliance, Permitting & Policy Analysis Legislative and policy analysis Program support Smart Growth Planning and Sustainability Studies Geospatial Analysis Spatial analysis, cartography, 3D renderings and analysis
Illustrative Sites Marstel-Day prepared Encroachment Control Plans for all Marine Corps bases and ICEMAPs for over 30 Air Force bases, including OCONUS locations.
Illustrative Issues Climate Effects Problems: Encroachment multiplier with diverse manifestations, often a tricky subject. Solutions: Risk management, comprehensive climate adaptation strategies. Wind Energy Problems: Multiple mission impacts on installations and away areas. Solutions: Outreach, scientific analysis, mapping. Water Scarcity Problems: Scarcity, purity, cost, climate effects. Solutions: Preparation plans, cooperative agreements, landscape-level solutions. Missile Fields Problems: Issue unique to Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) installations. Solutions: Compatible use studies, HQ coordination, expand encroachment toolbox. Hydraulic Fracturing Problems: Water resource impacts, induced seismicity, increased development in rural areas. Solutions: HQ guidance, engagement, resource inventories, work to secure water rights. Land Constraints Problems: Installations “built-out,” land-consuming development practices. Solutions: Campus style planning, increase density, multi-story structures.
Platinum Sustainability Certification: Marstel-Day is the 1 st firm in the U.S. to receive the highest (Platinum) rating for Sustainable Services provision. Climate Change & Energy Climate Adaptation, Resiliency, and Risk Analysis. Workable plan addressing current and future climate change needs. Carbon Sequestration and Emission Analysis. Emission baselines and sequestration strategies. Resource Forecasting and Analysis. Addressing specific economic, social and environmental goals. Renewable Energy Planning, Permitting, and Policy Analysis. Systems approach to facilitate optimal energy solutions. Sustainability Services. Implementation and certification preparation services. Marstel-Day Prepared the Renewable Energy Engagement Plan for Headquarters Air Force.
Geospatial Services Spatial Data Development Transforming raw data, static maps, graphics, and scanned documents into digital GIS data Conversation of CAD data to digital GIS data Integrating geospatial data into SQL Server, Oracle and MS Access Batch geocoding and address matching for business analytics and intelligence Geospatial Mapping and Cartography Spatial analysis, cluster analysis and density mapping for demographic, economic, and land-use scenario planning Change detection, 3D visualization, environmental and renewable energy analysis and mapping High quality custom designed maps delivered in digital or high resolution printout Data Quality Assurance and Control Data compliance and metadata standards according to: FDGC, SDSFIE and HSIP Automated and manual data assurance process to ensure accurate, complete, legally compliant datasets Marstel-Day prepared sea level rise analyses for several Department of Defense studies
Global Environmental Security International Experience Marstel-Day’s global environmental security practice requires close interaction with partner countries and sensitivity to regional, historical, and cultural differences among countries that stretch from Eastern Europe and the Balkans through the South Caucasus region to Central Asia. Our services include International Support to NATO Programs: Warsaw Initiative Funding (WIF) Partnership for Peace (PfP) Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Defense Security Cooperative Agency (DSCA) Marstel-Day assisted in the preparation of an Encroachment Control Action Plan for Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands for the Marines and Navy
Illustrative Clients Office of Secretary of Defense (Policy) Office of Secretary of Defense (Installations & Environment) Military Services USFWS US Army Corps of Engineers Port of Oakland Army Environmental Policy Institute USACE Institute for Water Resources Department of Homeland Security National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration US Environmental Protection Agency Peralta Community College District NC's Eastern Region Economic Development Commission East Bay Regional Park District Bay Dredging Action Coalition Science Applications International Corp. Michael Baker Junior Engineering Ecology and Environment HDR CDM HGL Parsons Engineering Tetra Tech Signature Properties The Lester Group Tricord Homes Building & Construction Trades Council of Alameda County (AFL-CIO) Kimley-Horne and Associates, Inc. Beacon Economics Claussen Engineering Government Clients Private Sector Clients
Recent Recognition HUBZone Contractors National Council HUBZone “Corporate Citizen of the Year” (2012) Alliance for Workplace Excellence Eco-Leadership Award (2013, 2012) Diversity Business.com Top 100 Diversity-Owned & Privately-held VA Businesses (2012) SmartCEO Magazine “Future 50” Award for Washington D.C. (2012) Zweig Letter “Hotfirm” List 200 fastest-growing U.S. architecture, engineering, & environmental consulting firms (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009) Virginia Business Magazine “Top 25 People to Watch” (2011) UVA Darden School of Business Tayloe Murphy Resilience Award (2010) Virginia Department of Environmental Quality One of two businesses to be named a Sustainability Partner (2014) Environmental Business Journal Achievement award for 25-county comprehensive conservation initiative (2010) Environmental Business International Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009) Inc. Magazine “Inc. 5000” List Recognizes 5000 fastest-growing U.S. private companies (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009) American Planning Association Federal Planning Divisions “Outstanding Collaborative Planning Project” winner (2012, 2010)
Marstel-Day, LLC Proprietary www.Marstel-Day.com Rebecca R. Rubin President & CEO 703-839-5512 email@example.com Contact Us: H. Lee Halterman Partner 703-839-5519 firstname.lastname@example.org