Rodney has worked in Maine since 2000 as an environmental consultant and has provided a variety of services for projects ranging from single lot development to large commercial developments, subdivisions and linear utility projects. Often times this includes a natural resource assessment of the site, a wetland delineation, vernal pool assessment, stream and other natural resource mapping, followed by the location of these site features with a mapping grade GPS unit. Rodney has training with CAD and can produce maps in CAD and GIS formats. He can take a project from beginning to end by performing wetland function and value assessments, natural resource mitigation sequencing and plan design, and has experience acquiring environmental permits from the municipal to the federal level. As a wildlife biologist, Rodney has helped clients identify and map wildlife habitats and worked as liaison between his client and state and federal regulators. His license as a site evaluator in the state of Maine allows him to design septic systems, provide preliminary site evaluation services locating suitable areas for future septic systems, and perform septic system inspections. Rodney has provided third party environmental compliance and erosion and sediment control inspections for several large-scale linear projects. He has also helped plan construction access and worked with company inspectors for environmental compliance.
Rodney is certified by the Society of Wetland Scientists as a Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS), by the State of Maine as a Certified Soil Scientist (CSS) and a Licensed Site Evaluator (LSE) and Inspector, by The Wildlife Society as an Associate Wildlife Biologist (AWB), by Envirocert International, Inc. as a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC), and by the Maine Center for Invasive Aquatic Plants as an Invasive Plant Patroller. Rodney is the Legislative Subcommittee Chair for the Maine Association of Wetlands Scientists (MAWS) and is a member of the Society of Wetland Scientists (SWS), Maine Association of Site Evaluators (MASE), Maine Association of Professional Soil Scientists (MAPSS), The Wildlife Society (TWS), and a volunteer for Ducks Unlimited (DU). He is also a member of his local planning board and comprehensive planning committee.
Formed by Jim Boyle in 1996, Boyle Associates is an environmental and land use consulting company with offices in Westbrook, Kennebunk, and Dedham, Maine. Our staff has over 70 years of combined work experience in natural resource science and environmental project management. We have assisted clients throughout New England on a variety of projects, providing technical support in natural resource assessments
and resource impact analysis.
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Boyle Associates Environmental Consulting
25 Dundee Road
Gorham, ME 04038
Phone: (207) 591-5220
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