Banking in New Jersey
Stipsonís Island Mitigation Bank, Cape May County, New
Jersey. Developed a 35-acre tidal and freshwater mitigation
bank. Managed technical studies, as well as approvals though a
joint MBRT-Council process so as to address federal and state
Evergreen was formed in 2006 by partners each with more than 20
years of experience working for the top environmental
engineering firms in the region. The following projects were
conducted by principals of Evergreen prior to joining Evergreen.
Marsh Resources Meadowlands Mitigation Bank, (Phases 1, 2 and
3) Carlstadt, New Jersey. Permitted,
designed and constructed a 206-acre tidal marsh wetland
mitigation bank in the Hackensack Meadowlands. Responsibilities
included federal and state permit application preparation and
acquisition, banking instrument preparation and approval by the
interagency MIMAC, and site concept designs. Responsible for
construction and planting of the project as a design/build
project employing marsh excavation and dredge methods to create
enhanced habitat of low and high marsh interspersed by tidal
channels and upland islands.
Crab Island Wetland Bank Sayreville, New Jersey. Managed
development of a 45 acre tidal wetland bank along the banks of
the Raritan River.