Clients

Our clients are thought-leaders in their industries, willing to pilot forward-thinking, demonstration projects. Our clients include federal, state and local government, nonprofits, and private industry. We’ve worked with water districts, public works departments, private engineering firms, and a wide range of other clients. That’s why 90% percent of our business comes from repeat clients and client referrals.

Government

Government clients represent the biggest segment of our client base. Our government clients include cities and counties, water and sanitation districts, resource conservation districts, ports, federal agencies, and others. Learn more about our government clients.

Private Sector

We add value to private sector projects by developing solutions that achieve multiple benefits. Many of the most successful projects are achieved through public-private partnerships. Kestrel Consulting has collaborated with numerous consultants, engineering and architectural firms, as well as businesses looking to invest in ecosystem services. Learn more about our private sector clients.

Non-Profit

While most of our clients work in the government or private sector, Kestrel Consulting builds strategic partnerships with non-profit organizations who are critical to the success and implementation of our clients’ projects. Non-profits—including land trusts and Resource Conservation Districts—have hired Kestrel to help them with project development and grant writing. Learn more about our non-profit clients.

Links

We bring more than a decade of experience working with West Coast grant-making agencies, stakeholders and clients working in water, energy and the environment. We’re scanning the latest news, grant-making opportunities and policy trends in order to help our clients develop technically sound, well-supported projects that attract investment. Most of the resources below are West Coast- or national-based and are accessible to the general public. Click on the categories below to learn more about policy and industry trends.

Water Resources
Wastewater
Stormwater
Recycled Water
Desalination
Urban Greening
Climate Change