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.
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 can provide expert assistance with a range of wetland delineation and permitting needs, including:
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.