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Avoid Project Delays Due To Wetland Delineation Requirements
Davey Resource Group, Inc. can help you navigate the complexities of federal, state, and local regulations enacted to protect wetlands and waterways.
As a component of site identification and due diligence, DRG scientists will identify all regulated streams and wetlands on a site. Applying for necessary wetland permits can be a lengthy and confusing process. Having accurate information is a critical first step towards obtaining your permits in a timely fashion, and can help avoid expensive project delays.
We have extensive experience with stream and wetland delineation and permitting projects ranging from single-family property owners and large residential subdivisions to oil and gas pipeline construction and development of hospitals and other commercial properties across the country.
Clean Water Act Section 401 & 404
DRG’s staff has a deep understanding of the Clean Water Act and is well-versed with:
Section 404: Working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to request permits for dredge and fill activities within waters of the U.S.
Section 401: Working with the applicable state environmental agencies to ensure that a project does not negatively affect water quality.
DRG’s Stream & Wetland Services
DRG can provide expert assistance with a range of wetland delineation and permitting needs, including:
- Wetland and stream delineations
- Water resource quality assessments
- Section 401, Section 404, and isolated wetland permitting
- Wetland mitigation design and monitoring
- Expert witness testimony
- Environmental monitoring data organization and analysis
- Surveys and management plans
- Geospatial analysis, modeling, and design
- Riparian buffer evaluations and functional assessments
- Remote sensing and land cover mapping
Partner With Davey Resource Group For Your Next Project
With local offices across the country, our team of experts can provide the guidance, analysis, and quality service you need to manage the natural resources on your property. From wetlands and streams to stormwater management and tree inventories, we offer turn-key solutions for clients nationwide.
What Is A Wetland Delineation?
A wetland delineation establishes the location, size, and boundaries of a wetland for federal, state, and local regulation purposes. It also helps landowners identify jurisdictional determination, which is a process used to define waters of the United States.