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|Address||1400 Colorado Street, Suite C, Boulder City, NV, 89005|
|Phone||+1 (702) 934-1311|
|Working hours||7AM-4PM Monday-Friday, Closed Saturday and Sunday|
Bio Logical focuses on achieving the next level in service. In addition to our certification as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and Woman Business Enterprise (WBE), Bio Logical is certified as a Small Business Enterprise (SBE), Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB), and as a Local Nevada Emerging Small Business (NESB).
Bio Logical upholds a standard of safety that extends beyond the members of our team, working closely with crews on the ground to meet and exceed the requirements unique to each work environment. In addition, the Bio Logical team is available and ready to accommodate fluctuating and sudden project schedules.
Alana Frost is the owner and lead biologist at Bio Logical and has a degree in Biology from Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana. Ms. Frost’s degree expands upon her background in construction implementation, and 15 years of experience leading teams in a variety of environments, with 10 of those years in biological consulting. She has maintained formidable relationships with agency personnel and worked to adjust project requirements. Alana has worked in every stage of biological consulting and is uniquely qualified to continuously evaluate the cost and quality of work while ensuring biological documents are upheld.
The Bio Logical team has a wide variety of experience with specialties in multiple fields. Our team has provided services for projects in the desert environment since 1996, affording the unique experience of observing many changes that have occurred over the years throughout the desert tortoise industry. Our biologists have experience as Field Contact Representatives, Environmental Inspectors, Natural Resource Technicians, and Authorized Biologists. Our team has managed field crews associated with large-scale solar, power transmission corridors, roads and pipelines. Additionally, accumulated field experience includes passive relocation of burrowing owls, raptor nest and nesting bird surveys, and desert big horn sheep monitoring and mitigation, among other species work in Southern Nevada and surrounding areas.