Mr. Weaver has over 20 years of environmental consulting and natural resources assessment and management within the transportation, industrial, municipal, energy, and commercial fields. His project focus is on natural resource assessments, ecological restorations, wetland and stream delineations, jurisdictional determinations, 404/401 permitting with the US Army Corp of Engineers (USACE), South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC), and NC Department of Environmental Quality (NC DEQ); Division of Water Resources (NC DWR) for wetland and stream impacts, permitting, and compliance monitoring. Mr. Weaver also focuses on providing habitat assessments and listed Threatened and Endangered Species surveys for consultation with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), SC Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR), and NC Wildlife Resource Commission (NCWRC), as well as other local, state, and federal entities.
Mr. Weaver is experienced with fulfilling requirements for the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). He has managed and authored numerous NEPA documents (simple written records, Categorical Exclusions (CATEX), and co-authored Environmental Assessments (EA), and Environmental Impact Statements (EIS)) for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), various branches of the military, and the Departments of Transportation (DOT) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD). He has also conducted environmental review surveys and assessments of environmental and cumulative impacts.
Mr. Weaver has also collected stormwater and wastewater water quality samples under the National Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program. Performed Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) oversight, inspections, and documentation. Conducted Storm Water Pollution and Prevention (SWPP) inspections and sampling. As part of his experience, he also performed numerous Phase I and Phase II environmental assessments, provided oversight for soil excavations, drilling, and installation of gas and groundwater monitoring wells. Delineated and assessed impacts of LNAPL and DNAPL solvents in sub-slab, storage tanks, soil, groundwater and conducted assessments for hazardous materials. Mr. Weaver has conducted much of his field work in North and South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia and has also competed field work and assessments in California, Georgia, Texas, Washington, and West Virginia.