Edward Weinberg, P.W.S
With more than 25 years of experience, Ed pursues his passion for the environment through his work as an expert scientist in wetlands planning, permitting and preservation. As a Professional Wetland Scientist and President of the company, Ed undertakes a wide range of assignments – from wetlands delineation, water quality analysis and shoreline permitting to endangered species evaluations. In 1997, Ed formed EW Consultants, Inc. He has authored and contributed to numerous studies, presentations and publications for the American Water Works Association and the American Membrane Technology Association. He is a current board member of the Business Development Board of Martin County, board secretary of the Economic Council of Martin County, served on the board of directors for the St. Lucie River Initiative and belongs to the Society of Wetlands Scientists, Florida Academy of Sciences, National Association of Environmental Professionals, Florida Association of Environmental Professionals, American Water Works Association, American Membrane Technology Association and the Treasure Coast Builders Association. Ed is a Certified Professional Wetland Scientist and a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Certified Wetland Delineator.
Paul Ezzo, Environmental Planner
Paul is an environmental planner and project manager with more than 30 years of experience, including both government and private sector consulting positions. He possesses a unique combination of extensive environmental and natural resource experience as well as a formal education and certification in city and regional planning. As a planner with Martin County, he provided staff support to the fledging Land Acquisition Selection Committee and assisted the County in the purchase of several significant parcels. As a senior planner with the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD), his responsibilities included extensive inter-governmental coordination with ten southern Florida counties, as well as the Central Florida, Southwest Florida and Treasure Coast regional planning councils. Paul helped establish the Martin/St. Lucie Service Center for the SFWMD in 1995, and was responsible for administering millions of dollars of grant funding to local governments and utilities.
Mary Lindgren, Environmental Project Manager
Mary is an environmental professional with over 16 years of experience in project management, environmental site planning and natural resource management. She is responsible for all phases of environmental project management and all business operations out of the company’s Palm Beach County office. Managing numerous large scale developments, public sector projects and environmental restoration projects have contributed to her extensive experience and allowed her to work closely with key personnel in the industry. Mary’s focus is managing environmental assessments, listed species surveys, submerged resource surveys, mitigation bank permitting and planning, wetland determinations and impact permitting. Mary has acquired a myriad of clientele and works closely with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, the U.S Army Corps of Engineers, the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission, the South Florida Water Management District and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Mary’s diverse expertise ranges from environmental and business development to government operations. She previously served as president of the Florida Association of Environmental Professionals local chapter and enjoys volunteer work with several environmental education organizations.
Arnaud Roux, Environmental Scientist
Arnaud plays a key role in natural resources and regulatory assessments as one of the company’s environmental scientists. He is responsible for monitoring the company’s numerous sites throughout Florida as part of Environmental Resource Permits and Consumptive Use Permits for public and private sector clients. His vast background in the environmental field has established his expertise in soil science, which includes wetland soils identification, plant identification, and identification of hydrologic indicators within wetland areas. Wildlife usage, prescribed burn regimen, listed species presence, and regional alterations to the landscape must be surveyed during Arnaud’s course of work. His work associated with residential and commercial land development projects includes the wetland monitoring of Jensen Beach High School and wetland mitigation banking of 2,000 acres in western St. Lucie County. His ability to establish theories explaining the potential causes of changes to the natural areas by compiling historical data is a skill valuable to the environment and to the firm.
Courtney Britt, Lead AutoCAD Designer & GIS Designer
Courtney possesses expertise with mapping and graphics that has been refined over ten years of experience in land planning. She is responsible for producing all mapping associated with the firm’s environmental assessments, permit documents and monitoring network and for providing high quality maps to clients. She has assembled multiple large scale mapping projects for tracks over 50,000 acres, as well as regional mapping associated with Environmental Resource Permits. Her development of historical mapping resources allows the rest of the team to analyze improvements and habitat changes on project parcels. Her production of wetland graphics, historic aerial maps and government land use requires her to work with numerous government agency technicians, wildlife conservation agencies and state transportation staff.
1000 SE Monterey Commons Blvd
Stuart, FL 34996
2581 Metrocentre Blvd
West Palm Beach, FL 33407