Peak Science Communications
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The Peak Science Communications (PSC) team has a unique combination of technical writing, land use planning, and SharePoint development skills that sets us apart from the competition.
PSC includes highly experienced SharePoint developers, technical writers and editors, Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) leaders, and graphic designers who specialize exclusively in the environmental, engineering, and land use planning industries. PSC’s experience working with both government and corporate clients equips us with the versatility to provide our clients with dependable and creative solutions.
While we are a small firm, our size facilitates responsiveness to your needs. We always work hard to exceed your expectations and ensure you are producing the highest quality documentation. Our internal process encourages open communication between the client and editor. Furthermore, we often work with long-distance clients using SharePoint sites to transfer files and teleconferencing equipment for virtual meetings. Our flexible work schedules and experience with the latest technology mean we can quickly return your documents, easily handle unexpected schedule changes, and meet “face-to-face” whenever necessary.
PSC offers the following services: SharePoint site development, technical writing and editing, formatting and document design, content analysis, project record management, meeting documentation, and IDT leadership. Unlike other editing firms, environmental, engineering, and land use planning documents are our specialty. Our staff is experienced in National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documentation; permitting and regulatory compliance; energy and hydropower compliance; and cultural, aquatic, botanical, recreational, and wildlife resources.
Our clients include government agencies, corporations, and environmental and engineering consulting firms. We have managed, written, edited, and formatted a variety of documents, including categorical exclusions, environmental assessments, environmental impact statements, initial studies, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license applications, biological opinions, biological assessments, biological evaluations, preliminary engineering reports, facility plans, historic properties management plans, and conservation plans.