Combining a deep understanding of local resources and issues with the latest tools and expertise in wetland and stream delineation, the professionals at Snyder & Associates are able to deliver successful and compliant wetland projects consistently. Our experts are continuously working to stay up to date on the most recent regulatory requirements and wetland and stream classifications to provide the most accurate wetland or water system portrayal for your project.
Snyder & Associates has the capacity to conduct wetland and stream delineations for both large and small scale projects with varying land-use purposes. Our clients range from individual property owners to private businesses and large public entities. No matter the project size, our team provides individualized reports and solutions.
Our team is able to document and justify the rationale for the wetland or stream boundaries of each specific project. Having accurate and precise information is a critical first step in gaining permits and avoiding project delays.
Any project that impacts wetlands or streams requires Section 401/404 permits. Snyder & Associates experts have a thorough understanding of the Clean Water Act and are well-versed in the permitting process.
Our team of environmental scientists initiates consultations with our clients to help identify strategies that avoid and/or minimize project impacts to wetlands and streams. When impacts are unavoidable, we develop project-specific mitigation plans which protect the environment and maintain project momentum.
Our widespread firm experience allows us to efficiently manage the mitigation banking approval process and select bank sites where both wetlands and streams can thrive.
The construction of a wetland mitigation area is often a delicate process. To make your project a success, our team works directly with contractors to ensure all performance standards are met.
Snyder & Associates team of experienced surveyors can customize an As-Built survey to suit our client’s needs. An As-built survey can be specified or generalized to represent the level of detail the client requires for a specific project or phase.
Regulatory agencies require mitigation areas to be professionally monitored on a yearly basis to document site progress and help determine a project’s success. Our team is trained to not only document the establishment of permanent vegetation but also find and respond to potential threats that arise.
Snyder & Associates brings tangible experience working alongside regulatory agencies encompassing multiple levels, from the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to state, municipal, and local governance standards.