Facilitating the Integration of Environmental Compliance

The conflict between land development and conservation of habitats and ecosystems remains constant as the demands for population growth continues.  In Florida, there are over 500 protected species listed as endangered, threatened or species of special concern by federal, state and local governmental agencies.  DRMP’s wildlife ecologists and botanists are knowledgeable and experienced in navigating through the complicated conservation requirements you must meet for land development.  Our staff can identify critical habitats that support endangered and threatened species, develop plans to avoid conflicts with those species, acquire permits, and develop species-specific mitigation and conservation plans.  In doing so, DRMP’s staff will act as a liaison between you and the regulatory agencies to negotiate a solution to complex environmental issues.

 

Services

Aviation Services
Gopher Tortoise Permitting
Jurisdictional Wetland Delineations & Assessments
Mitigation Design & Restoration
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Documentation
Permitting Services
Permit Compliance & Monitoring
Seagrass Studies & Coastal Ecological Services
Threatened & Endangered Species
Water Quality Monitoring
Water Use Permitting & Monitoring

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George McLatchey, PWS, CEP
Orlando, FL

Maria Bazemore
Melbourne, FL

Carolyn Malphurs, CWB
Orlando, FL

Chad Rischar, PWS
Gainesville, FL

Chuck Smith, PWS
Orlando, FL