Bridgewater, MA (PressExposure) June 23, 2009 -- Most recently, the Bridgewater, Mass.-based firm launched an ecological services and permitting division to complement its environmental, civil engineering, surveying and geothermal divisions.
As part of its new ecological services and permitting practice, Coneco will offer:
Ecological permitting and environmental impact assessment documentation at the federal, state, and local levels. Wetland delineation, assessment, and regulatory compliance. Ecological impact evaluation and mitigation design. Ecological restoration design and construction monitoring. Wildlife habitat evaluations including protected species assessments. Aquatic ecology and water quality evaluations. Constructed wetlands designs for water quality renovation. Regulatory agency negotiations. Public information/participation programs. Expert witness testimony services.
âWeâre thrilled to open this new business division,â said Rick Lincoln, president of Coneco. âThe ecological and permitting elements of projects are critical and have become fairly complex. Having this capability in-house greatly expands the value added and decreases the turnaround times we can offer our clients.â
The new ecological services and permitting division will be based in Conecoâs Lowell, Mass. office, located at 99 Market Street. Mike Toohill, an environmental scientist (Professional Wetland Scientist and Certified Ecologist) with 28 years of experience in environmental impact evaluation and mitigation will head the new division.
âConeco has a built a strong track record over the past two decades for its design expertise and client service,â said Toohill. âWith the new business division, itâs our challenge and our mission to duplicate that level of excellence.â
For more information the full scope of Conecoâs services, please visit http://www.coneco.com.
For more information, please visit http://www.coneco.com or call 800-548-3355.