Development and recreation within our natural environments are contributing to an increased risk of wildfire and its negative impacts to life and property. When combined with increasingly dynamic climate cycles, our natural world and communities remain at risk without informed preparation. Our team of 500+ diverse specialists are committed to supporting the resiliency of people, properties, assets, and operations through an increasingly complex range of hazards, risks, and vulnerabilities due to wildland fires.


We reduce fire risks and vulnerability by integrating the latest research and technologies into holistic action strategies that account for physical, socioeconomic, and ecological impacts. Our research on underlying contributors to wildfire risk informs parcel, enterprise, county, and state-level decision-making and risk management. This exploration also enhances the resiliency of future developments and potential impacts on business operations and day-to-day activities.


Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPP) provide a road map for resilience now and into the future. We work with all relevant stakeholder groups to develop CWPPs that exceed the requirements of the Healthy Forest Restoration Act. Our comprehensive strategies go beyond vegetation management to encompass prevention, preparedness, response and recovery considerations. We put focus on continuous improvement through our short, mid- and long-term plans and ensure the most beneficial work is prioritized for each respective community.


Our expertise in emergency operations, wildland fire risk, fire engineering and community engagement allows us to provide multidisciplinary support when facing wildfire challenges. We work with local jurisdictions, HOAs, road associations, foresters, land managers and emergency service teams. We provide education, assessments, and planning by analyzing and interpreting data based on the conditions of the natural environment surrounding a site. Our research and collaboration create action and improvement plans that mitigate risk and improve overall forest health.


Some of the most beautiful properties and destinations are located within varying degrees of the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI). Wildfire-resilient strategies support the preservation and sustainability of land investments, local economies, and tourism locations. Our site evaluations are the basis for a thorough and layered approach, down to selecting the right contractors to meet timelines and budgets. When an incident occurs, we provide on and off-site support to coordinate resiliency measures, interface with emergency responders, and implement quick returns to normalcy.

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