Regulatory Compliance

Our team is dedicated to ensuring that all of our projects are in compliance with state and federal policies and regulations. The objective of conducting regulatory compliance for telecommunication carriers is to (1) quickly obtain preliminary environmental data for a candidate site; (2) determine the relative environmental risks and FAA/FCC exposure on a per-site basis; and (3) provide the necessary environmental and regulatory compliance due diligence in connection with the leasing of each site. 


Our team determines if the telecommunications facility meets the requirements with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC). There are several factors that are under consideration in the determination if filing with the FAA is required, to ensure a safe air space for all our sites.

NEPA and CEQA documentation

Our compliance team ensures that all of our projects meets the California Environmental Quality Act and National Environmental Policy Act standards. 

Biological Assessments

We ensure that our projects are mindful of the environment. Our team works to determine if the construction of a telecommunications facility will impact any plant or animal species and how to mitigate any potential harm to the environment.

Historical & Cultural Resource Surveys

When reviewing a project that may have implications on historical or cultural sites, our team conducts surveys to ensure we are compliant with State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) and Tribal Historic Preservation Office (THPO) requirements.

Lead-Based Paint & Asbestos Surveys

Lead-based paint and asbestos pose a hazard to people and animals, and our team is equipped to conduct surveys to ensure that any site or building is safe. 

Phase I & II Assessments

Our team has experience working on site compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency Standards and Practices for All Appropriate Inquiries (AAI) (40 CFR Part 312). This assessment is based upon a governmental database search, visual site visit, historical research, agency review, and our professional opinion. Findings during Phase I will determine if further mitigation is recommended for soil testing and abatement of potential hazardous materials present before construction can commence.