As part of our Environmental Management team, Beth calls on more than three decades of Florida-specific experience to complete environmental permitting and compliance services. She works on agricultural, commercial/residential development, water resource, and earthmoving projects, and she’s passionate about the natural world.
During the Robinson Preserve expansion project in Bradenton, Florida, Beth and her team helped transform 150 acres (60 hectares) of fallow agricultural land, providing ecological restoration for fish and wildlife habitats. Additional intertidal fisheries habitats were created to provide favorable conditions for snook and tarpon species, and the wildlife habitat was enhanced by creating new coastal wetlands, dunes, and maritime forests—which meant a significant water quality improvement in the surrounding waterbodies.
Recognized and certified by the National Registry of Environmental Professionals (NREP) as a registered environment manager (REM), Beth lives and breathes the natural world. Whether its developing water quality monitoring programs for clients or just getting a hike or a fishing trip in, you’ll usually find Beth outdoors.