Mr. Coy has more than 18 years of civil engineering and land development experience. His experience includes energy, industrial, institutional, commercial, residential, and retail projects throughout Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. He has been involved with projects from the conceptual design phase through construction.
Mr. Coy has been directly involved in the development of natural gas infrastructure for both exploration and production companies and midstream companies. He has been responsible for leading the permit and design efforts for well pads, impoundments, compressor facilities, gas plants, interconnects, meter pads, gathering lines, and well connects. During the development of these facilities, Mr. Coy has coordinated the field survey, wetland and stream delineation and permitting, rare, threatened, and endangered species surveys and agency coordination, geotechnical investigation and design, cultural resource survey and permitting, site design and layout, erosion and sedimentation control design and permitting, and post-construction stormwater management design and permitting. Additionally, he is well-versed in the zoning and land development ordinance review and approval process and local, state, and federal permitting requirements.
Mr. Coy has a strong understanding of the regulatory environment and requirements for the development of natural gas facilities in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. He is actively involved in the Marcellus Shale Coalition participating in regulatory subcommittees that identify and address the natural gas industry’s problems and concerns. He also maintains a strong working relationship with local, state, and federal review agency personnel.