We provide qualified erosion control inspectors and fish biology services

When you have no one qualified to perform erosion control inspections, or you’ve been fined too many times and are being required to seek third party assistance, or need a biologist to provide fish salvage or survey activities, it can make running your business and finishing your project cost more money and time than you budgeted for.

Let us help you fulfill your responsibilities so you can get back to your project and see it to its completion.

Highlighted Client List

Haley Construction

LGI Homes

Sheldon Development

HP Civil

Ichijo USA


MWH Constructors



Wood Partners

Linnton Water Credits LLC


Premier Development

Lauzon Contracting

Common Wealth Construction

Oregon Department of Forestry

Tapani, Inc.

University of Portland

Reeve Sherwood Consulting

West Coast Home Solutions

Pahlisch Commercial

Konnel Construction

HC Company




Featured Projects

Fish Presence/Absence Surveys

Abernathy Landing – Oregon City, OR

Point Environmental provided 1200-C permit inspection throughout development which consists of clearing the land of existing trees, brush, and vegetation, grading to accommodate the lot layout, constructing new roads, curbs, and sidewalks, and installing all utilities.

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Fish Presence/Absence Surveys

2014-2016 Fish Presence/Absence Project – Astoria, OR

Point Environmental sampled remote timber sale units for fish use using a Smith Root LR20B Backpack Electrofisher.

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erosion and sediment control project

River Island North/South Restoration – Barton, OR

Point Environmental provided erosion and sediment control and 1200-C permitting for the project design package.

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City of Camas Water Line Fish Salvage – Camas, WA

In 2018, Point Environmental was contracted to remove fish from fish bearing streams from a the City of Camas water line replacement project. The project included 4 separate streams, including the Little Washougal River.

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Marys River Fish Salvage – VIDEO!

In the summer of 2019, Point Environmental completed the fish salvage/removal from Marys River in support of the Marys River Water Main Crossing Project.

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