E2PM’s Natural Resources Division  is experienced in assisting our clients in assessing the environmental impacts of their operations, policies and economic decisions by reviewing both existing and planned environmental programs and projects and providing innovative analyses that lead to cost effective and environmentally sound solutions. We offer a full range of ecological and natural resource management consulting services to our clients, including:

  • Baseline Ecological Evaluations (BEE)
  • Coastal Areas Facilities Act Permits
  • Ecosystem Restoration Studies
  • Environmental Assessments (EAs)
  • Environmental Impact Statements (EIS)
  • Environmental Baseline Studies
  • GIS Based Natural Resource Studies
  • GPS Surveys (Wetland Points, Tree Surveys, Structures)
  • Invasive Plant Species Surveys
  • National Environmental Policy Act Screenings
  • NJ Highlands Applications
  • New York State Environmental Quality Review Act
  • Phase I & II Investigations
  • Stream Encroachment Permits
  • Threatened & Endangered Species Habitat Evaluations
  • Threatened & Endangered Surveys
  • Transition Area Waivers
  • USACE Permits
  • Vernal Pool Identification
  • Waterfront Development Permits
  • Watershed Management
  • Wetland Delineations & Permitting

E2PM recently strengthened its Natural Resources Department with the following:

E2PM’s Michael Muller has been appointed to the Green Township EnvironmentalMike Muller Commission and the Green Township Land Use Board.  Mr. Muller has over 20 years experience and provides support to Environmental Services, primarily the Natural Resources, Construction Monitoring, Telecommunications Divisions. His responsibilities include project management of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments that included governmental file reviews at the municipal, County, and State levels; scheduling and oversight of Phase II Environmental Site Assessments; NEPA Categorical Exclusion documentations; NEPA Environmental Assessments; Freshwater Wetlands Letters of Interpretation, General and Individual Permitting and Transition Area Waivers; FHA (Stream encroachment) permits; and Environmental Impact Statements. Construction Monitoring responsibilities include removing wildlife, including a number of threatened and endangered (T&E) species, from the active work spaces associated with large utility infrastructure projects that include overhead electrical and gas pipeline rights-of-way and large wind farm projects. Mr. Muller also specializes in the removal and relocation of venomous snakes.