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MAE’s current services include but are not limited to:

  • Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments and Investigations
  • Remediation Design and Implementation
  • Limited Wetland Delineations
  • NEPA Environmental Due Diligence
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Solid Waste Facility Monitoring
  • FDEP / NPDES Permits and Applications
  • Groundwater Monitor Wells & Sampling
  • Aquifer Performance Tests
  • Water Resource Investigations
  • Brownfield Site Redevelopment
  • Special Asset Investigations

Understanding the environmental conditions for a project is critical to identifying and limiting potential liabilities and increasing the success of a Client’s intended business venture. The development of correct remedial responses for identified environmental issues requires a broad understanding of site-specific chemical, hydrologic, soil, sediment, surface water and groundwater conditions, and the impact these conditions will have on a completed project. MAE can provide the expertise necessary to evaluate risks associated with identified environmental issues, and develop innovative, practical and cost effective recommendations to reduce or mitigate the risks for your project or facility.

Our investigation includes surface and subsurface analyses, historical evaluations, examination of aerial resonance, and direct contact and negotiations with regulatory representatives. These investigative elements are critical in developing a cost effective response to an identified environmental issue. MAE’s environmental consulting staff has extensive experience with Florida geology. We have access to different types of drilling equipment that gives us a flexibility to respond quickly to our clients’ needs. MAE can develop a program to examine and characterize the environmental and chemical conditions of sediment, soil, rock, surface water, and groundwater at your site. When communicating with the various regulatory agencies involved in mandated environmental compliance, MAE acts as the Client’s Advocate to protect the Client’s interests, while actively moving toward the ideal solution.

Technical Lead

Scott A. Davidson, PG has 30 years of experience as a Geologist on numerous projects in Florida and Georgia. He has provided senior technical review and project management for contamination assessments and site remediation projects, hydrogeologic investigations, and numerous groundwater permitting and monitoring projects. Mr. Davidson’s experience includes technical, regulatory and modeling support on several Consumptive Use Permit (CUP) applications, and he has prepared and implemented the associated aquifer performance test plans and programs. He has also provided senior technical review support for Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), industrial hygiene projects, groundwater monitoring plans, and field investigation programs…read more