Brian Cramer

Brian has more than 15 years experience in wetland delineation, functional wetland assessment, wetland mitigation/restoration site identification, design and construction, regulatory compliance, land use regulation, land development feasibility analysis, land planning and wildlife surveys/habitat assessment with a special focus on threatened and endangered species. He has extensive experience with federal, state (New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New York) and local environmental resource permitting. He uses his expertise as a wildlife biologist to guide our biology practice group.

His project experience includes large-scale wetland restoration projects for the New York District of the Army Corps of Engineers & New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection as well as numerous wetland mitigation banks and wetland mitigation/restoration projects in New York, New Jersey, and Maryland. These projects included site acquisition, baseline data collection, wetland delineation, threatened and endangered species surveys, functional wetland assessment, restoration design, approval and construction, and long-term maintenance and monitoring. Other private sector experience includes environmental resource permitting, expert testimony, storm water management and soil erosion/sedimentation control design and implementation. Brian has prepared numerous environmental assessments, environmental impact statements (federal, state, and municipal) and regulatory permit applications during his career. Additionally, he is highly involved with the long-term endangered species survey initiatives for the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife-Endangered and Non-Game Species Program.

Brian holds a B.S. in Environmental Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Pace University in 2001. He is based out of our New Jersey office.

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