DuBois and Associates

DuBois and Associates offers a full range of ecological and environmental consulting and planning services in the Mid-Atlantic region, including all of New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, eastern and central Pennsylvania.

Environmental Ecological Services NJ, PA, Delaware, Maryland
Environmental Ecological Services NJ, PA, Delaware, Maryland
Environmental Ecological Services NJ, PA, Delaware, Maryland
Environmental Site Remediation Services NJ, PA, Delaware, Maryland
Environmental Site Remediation Services NJ, PA, Delaware, Maryland
Environmental Site Remediation Services NJ, PA, Delaware, Maryland
Environmental Land Use Services NJ, PA, Delaware, Maryland
Environmental Land Use Services NJ, PA, Delaware, Maryland
Environmental Land Use Services NJ, PA, Delaware, Maryland
OUR COMMITMENT

DuBois and Associates offers a full range of ecological and environmental consulting and planning services in the Mid-Atlantic region, including all of New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, eastern and central Pennsylvania.

Our commitment is to provide our clients with a high standard of quality at reasonable rates. Each project is conducted with relevance to its purpose and specific requirements, which may be tailored to suit individual client’s needs. With our experienced staff of environmental scientists, biologists, ecologists, planners and geologists, We provide a multi-disciplined approach to resolving environmental issues in the ecological, land-use, mitigation, and remedial sectors.

 Illustrative Field Work

Representative Project Overview 
Heritage Mixed-Use Development

Heritage Mixed-Use Development

DEC prepared and submitted a CAFRA Individual Permit and freshwater wetland General Permits for the Heritage Minerals project, which is a residential, commercial and recreation development project. This large-scale project includes development of a 1,000-acre development area of a denuded historic mining area, and preservation and habitat mitigation on 6,000 acres of surrounding properties.

2017 Bat Acoustic Services

2017 Bat Acoustic Services

In 2017 DEC continued to provide our clients with bat acoustic services, which has become fundamental since the 2015 listing of the northern long-eared bat as a Federal threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. As a condition of Federal and State environmental permits, DEC has assisted clients in the determination that their projects are not likely to adversely affect Federal listed bat species. In 2015, DEC monitored 40 bat acoustic survey sites, which included over 50 linear miles

Stream Clean-up Monitoring

Stream Clean-up Monitoring

A mining company inadvertently caused a spill of stone sediment that impacted 1.7 miles of wood turtle stream habitat in northern New Jersey. Construction crews created check dams to catch the sediment and technology created for the purpose of vacuuming contaminants and sediment from stream systems. DEC was on site for the duration of the project to ensure wood turtles would not be impacted by the cleanup process activities.

Eagles Nest Airport

Eagles Nest Airport

DEC prepared and submitted a CAFRA Individual Permit for the Eagles Nest Airport, to authorize two airport hangers and stormwater management facilities. The project also includes the development of a CAFRA Node to include the airport property.

14-Acre Lake Reclamation Project

14-Acre Lake Reclamation Project

14-acre Lake Reclamation Project – DuBois Environmental Consultants were contracted to remove and temporarily relocate Pennsylvania’s largest eastern redbelly turtle population prior to a 9-month dredging project. DEC removed and relocated 523 turtles total, including over 120 redbelly turtles from the lake. 10 redbelly turtles were affixed with transmitters and their locations radio-tracked throughout the spring, summer and fall seasons to track behavior and obtain activity parameters.

Waterfront Development and Permitting

Waterfront Development and Permitting

DuBois Environmental Consultants specializes in waterfront development and permitting for various projects in the coastal areas of New Jersey, including the dredging of marinas.

Federally Listed  Threatened Species

Federally Listed Threatened Species

The northern long-eared bat was federally listed a threatened species on April 2, 2015. From 2015 to 2017, DEC conducted over 400 net nights of mist netting to physically capture northern long-eared bats. Radio-tracking of captured northern long-eared bats has resulted in the identification of critical roosting areas and the identification of critical summer habitat for this imperiled species.

Eagle Ridge Mixed-Use Development

Eagle Ridge Mixed-Use Development

DEC submitted a CAFRA Individual Permit and Freshwater Wetlands General Permit application and received approval from the NJDEP to authorize the construction of a 1,034-unit residential and retail/commercial development on the Eagle Ridge Golf Course property. As part of the approval DuBois developed a Red-Headed Woodpecker Habitat Management Plan that balances the need for red-headed woodpecker habitat protection and site development.

Ocean County Airport 2013-2014

Ocean County Airport 2013-2014

DuBois Environmental just celebrated the grand opening of a new Crosswind Runway at the Ocean County Airport in Berkeley Township. The runway was needed to provide a safer landing alternative for smaller aircraft during adverse wind and weather conditions. The Crosswind Runway is the newest runway constructed in New Jersey in the last 30 years. Scientists from DuBois Environmental were instrumental in providing biological oversight during the project to protect the resources of the Pinelands.

Delisting of Delmarva Fox Squirrel

Delisting of Delmarva Fox Squirrel

Between 2009 and 2011, biologists with DEC conducted county-wide photomonitoring surveys in Southern Maryland documenting distribution and population trends of the Federally listed Delmarva Fox Squirrel. We are happy to see that a 2012 status review found that the species has rebounded so well, that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is preparing to propose to remove the squirrel from Endangered Species Act protection. READ FULL ARTICLE BY CLICKING ON LINK

Logan Generating Dredging

Logan Generating Dredging

DEC conducted sediment sampling and analysis, and submitted permit applications and received approval from the NJDEP, USACE and DNREC to authorize dredging of berthing areas at the Logan Generating Plant's coal unloading pier in the Delaware River. This project included multi-jurisdictional coordination and project management, that also involved collaboration with USACE regarding the Federal dredging project of the Delaware River channel.

Hibernaculas Monitoring

Hibernaculas Monitoring

Hibernaculas: In 2013 biologists from DEC constructed and oversaw the construction of 28 snake hibernaculas throughout the Ocean County.

Red-headed woodpecker

Red-headed woodpecker

Biologists at DEC are proficient in demonstrating presence or absence of regulated threatened or endangered species throughout the mid-Atlantic region

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+1 609.488.2857

+1 609.488.2859

Bryon DuBois      bdubois@denviro.com

Denise DuBois    ddubois@denviro.com
Amy Jones            ajones@denviro.com

Anthony Silva      asilva@denviro.com

Kristin Wildman  kwildman@denviro.com

 

Projects

Transmission Line Upgrades, A.C Electric Co.
Several Locations, NJ.

PHI Mid-Atlantic Power Pathway (MAPP) Project Eastern Shore Maryland

Special Olympics of New Jersey Athletic Facility – Mercer County, New Jersey

Route 301 Expansion Project
Section 29E and 29W, New Castle County, DE

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