Davey Resource Group coordinated the preparation of an Environmental Assessment in accordance with federal regulations for the replacement of a critical historic connector bridge that was originally constructed in 1930. Davey Resource Group also prepared required State and Federal environmental permit applications, and performed additional environmental studies, including wetland and riparian zone mitigation site searches.
Davey Resource Group prepared several surveys, assessments, and all the necessary permitting for the New Jersey Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration to ensure any potential environmental impacts made by a causeway replacement project were mitigated.
Davey Resource Group performed wetland delineations and a number of environmental studies along a 30-mile highway corridor for the Tappan Zee Bridge replacement project. Environmental studies included upland terrestrial habitat mapping and various endangered and threatened species studies.
Davey Resource Group assisted the New Jersey Turnpike Authority in obtaining State and Federal environmental permits for the replacement of Garden State Parkway bridge over Great Egg Harbor. Project also included services such as wetland delineation, submerged aquatic vegetation survey, essential fish habitat assessment, threatened and endangered species habitat assessment, and mitigation planting plan preparation.
After acquiring a 90-acre piece of property, North Jersey RC&D called on Davey Resource Group to restore and enhance the former sod farm’s ecological system and surrounding Pequest River to their more natural states. DRG performed wetland delineations, assessments including endangered and threatened species surveys, obtained required State environmental permits, and developed restoration and mitigation plans for the project.