Northgate Selected for Port of San Francisco Contract

July 25, 2017

Northgate has been selected for a multi-year contract to provide As-Needed Environmental Services to the Port of San Francisco! For the Port of San Francisco contract, Northgate joint ventured with AGS, Inc, a local engineering firm headquartered in San Francisco. Our team brings key technical components to support the Port with high quality and adept
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Northgate Drone Team Presents at California Geospatial Conference

June 20, 2017

Northgate was pleased to share the story of one of our Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS/drone) projects at the 2017 CalGIS/LocationCon conference in Oakland. In its 23rd year, The CalGIS Conference is considered a premier venue to discuss geospatial technologies. Northgate associate Taylor Bennett presented a case study from our successful drone mapping and imagery project at the
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Northgate Geologist Dana Brown Receives Scouting Program’s District Award of Merit

January 17, 2017

Northgate Geologist Dana Brown was recently awarded The District Award of Merit, the highest award the Long Beach Area Council can give to an adult volunteer in the Scouting program. Having been a Cub, Boy, and Explorer Scout from kindergarten to age 18, as an adult Dana recognized the opportunity to “pay back” the Scouting program as a
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Northgate’s Commitment to Open Space

July 3, 2014

This past spring, Northgate participated in the Bay Area Open Space Council conference, which brings together many actors committed to fostering the conversation around land conservation, wetlands and open space restoration, and stakeholder interactivity. Northgate has been actively involved in many wetlands and open space restoration projects over the past years. These include: the Yosemite
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Critical Updates to the Polanco Act

February 18, 2014

In October 2013, Governor Brown signed Assembly Bill 440, which helps facilitate the cleanup and redevelopment of blighted urban properties (i.e., Brownfield sites). This new law, referred to as Polanco 2.0, is an expansion of, and successor to, the original Polanco Redevelopment Act, which effectively ended on February 1, 2012 with the formal dissolution of
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