Established in 1984, Newkirk Environmental Inc. is one of the most experienced, privately owned environmental consulting companies in the Southeast. Since our establishment, we have been exclusively devoted to environmental surveying, planning and permitting. Because of this specialization and our years of experience, Newkirk Environmental Inc. is recognized as a leading authority on environmental regulations and permitting. Newkirk Environmental Inc. has a proven capability of providing a broad spectrum of clients with professional consulting services. Our principle clients represent industries such as: utilities, development companies, governmental agencies and private landowners. Our clients are charged with the responsibility of complying with environmental regulations and we work closely with them to ensure compliance is thorough and accurate. Our firm was founded in 1984 by Duncan C. Newkirk who formerly served as deputy director and permit administrator of South Carolina's Coastal Zone Management Agency. Our team consists of experienced professionals with strong educational backgrounds and extensive experience in the environmental fields. As one of the first environmental consulting firms in the Southeast, Newkirk Environmental Inc. has been a vital part of projects and developments throughout South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia and Florida. Newkirk Environmental Inc. staff includes wetland delineators that have extensive knowledge of current regulations and technical criteria in addition to field experience that exceeds 100,000 acres. The firm has been able to maintain its success of obtaining permits by sustaining a strong relationship with the various federal, state, and local resource and regulatory agencies. As a partner on various development teams, Newkirk Environmental Inc. has served as a leader in planning and permitting some of the largest developments and projects in the Southeast. Participation in these projects has includes wetland delineation, threatened and endangered species surveys, wetlands master planning, interagency coordination, and the development and implementation of mitigation sites and mitigation banks.