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Spaulding Green, LLC, contracted Wilson Environmental Technologies, now part of Davey Resource Group, to perform wetland permitting, mitigation design, and delineation of over 400 acres.
DRG served as the lead consultant for environmental site investigations, design, permitting, implementation, and monitoring of the Bachelors Delight Stream and Wetland Mitigation Bank in North Carolina.
Davey Resource Group was contracted by Bohler Engineering to delineate over 32 acres of underdeveloped shrubland in the Town of Pamelia, New York to support construction of a new travel stop along State Route 12.
Wilson Environmental Technologies, now part of Davey Resource Group, was contracted by Gernatt Asphalt Products, Inc. to design a freshwater “hemi-marsh” within an existing dredge mining lake.
Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. restored 11 miles of streambank using natural channel design techniques, resulting in the first dedicated stream bank in Virginia.
Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. provided comprehensive natural and cultural resource services and obtained the necessary Clean Water Act permits for the relocation of certain Department of Defense (DOD) agencies during the BRAC initiative at Fort Belvoir.
Davey Resource Group conducted numerous stream determinations, reviewed wetland delineations, and helped with permitting requirements on 134 acres of future development for Shaw Engineering.
Davey Resource Group performed baseline environmental investigations and prepared permits to help the Department of Defense expand several sites in the Marine Corps Base at Camp Lejeune, Onslow County, NC.
DRG restored a 4,018-foot segment of the Blue Creek Stream in Toledo, OH after an assessment found the area to be eroded, nutrient loaded, and unable to sustain aquatic wildlife.
Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. constructed and monitored a 230-acre wetland bank in Prince William County, Virginia which was approved as successful by the USACE in 2005.