Boyle Associates staff are experienced in all levels of environmental permitting and are respected by both clients and regulators for our knowledge and attention to detail. Boyle Associates can help prepare and acquire municipal, state, and federal permits. Additionally, our staff is experienced in working through Maine in-lieu-fee (ILF) program, and can help clients decide if ILF is a viable option to satisfy their permitting requirements.
Boyle Associates has extensive experience in finding, designing, and permitting wetland mitigation projects. Our staff has designed one of the largest multi-user mitigation sites in Maine and has permitted several smaller compensatory mitigation projects throughout the region. Boyle Associates has also helped businesses and municipalities survey their existing lands for potential compensation sites in advance of project permitting or for use in commercial compensation ventures.
Boyle Associates staff includes three Certified Professionals in Erosion and Sedimentation Control (CPESC) and can provide onsite environmental expertise in erosion control and stormwater management. Before and during project construction, our goal is to maintain open and consistent communication between the owner, the contractor, and the regulatory agencies, in order to avoid "surprise" regulatory issues. We apply our experience and expertise to help maintain compliance with project permits while enabling the project to be completed efficiently.
Boyle Associates has provided wetland delineation and natural resource mapping for hundreds of projects throughout the northeast. Boyle Associates has provided field expertise in natural resource mapping on municipal projects, residential and commercial subdivisions, road and utility corridors, and wind power development sites. Our experienced and highly reputable staff are trained in current state and federal wetland laws governing legal jurisdiction and boundary. We can help clients identify and map protected natural resources such as wetlands, streams, vernal pools, rare species and habitats, shoreland zoning setbacks and starting points, and significant wildlife habitats.