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How to Choose a Wetlands Professional

An important part of any project near wetlands is choosing the representative who will best fit your project needs and interests. So how do you choose the proper wetland professional to represent you? Here are a few questions you should ask yourself before making your decision.

Do they have a proven track record of success?

Will they represent your best interests and not their own?

Will they save you time and money by understanding how to streamline the permitting process?

  • Filing for permits can be time consuming and costly, especially if you’re unsure of what you’re doing or if it’s done wrong.

  • Many towns have their own bylaws on top of State and Federal laws making it even easier to miss a necessary requirement resulting in possible fines or denial of the application.

Will they create the most value from your property by performing a proper delineation?

  • This can often be overlooked by many people, as an important step in the early planning phases of a project.

  • Wetland boundaries can change over time so it is important to have an updated delineation.

  • Since people can make mistakes and may perform an improper delineation, a review of the wetland boundaries can be important.

  • By re-evaluating the wetlands border you may find that there is more available land outside local, State, and Federal jurisdiction.

Will they see your project through to the end?

Do they have the right public presentation skills?

We have completed hundreds of jobs, and have been very successful. Part of the reason why is because we have the right experience, the right presentation skills, and most importantly because we have the right focus: helping you, the client. We aim to see the project all the way through and our goal is customer satisfaction.


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