ESI provides the following services in our Forestry Division:
Environmental Services, Inc. (ESI) Forestry Division provides comprehensive, turn-key land management services for clients interested in developing resource-based revenue, improving ecological habitat, or meeting mitigation requirements for environmental impact permits.
ESI employees are qualified as Certified Foresters (Society of American Foresters), Certified Prescribed Burn Managers (Florida), Certified Arborists (International Society of Arboriculture) and forest carbon validators and verifiers. We have positive relationships with timber management companies, wood dealers, land conservation groups, and government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels. ESI is also active in the development of ecosystem service credits from carbon sequestration, water quality improvement, and wildlife habitat improvement.
We maintain a comprehensive familiarity with forest management techniques and assessments throughout the United States, and have provided consultation on projects throughout the Americas, including Brazil, Chile, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Guyana.
The ESI philosophy and technical approach stresses experience, technical competence, communication, and, above all, responsiveness to the needs of our clients. We strive to identify potentially complex issues before they become problems and to assist our clients in understanding and dealing with all aspects of their project needs.
Joseph L. Brinson, Senior Manager
Mr. Brinson is a Forester with training and experience in forest resources, wildlife management, wetland assessment and ERP and 404 permitting. He has experience in wildlife, land and timber management, surveying, local flora identification, endangered and threatened species issues and wetland delineation, mitigation bank permitting, Developments of Regional Impacts, and the environmental resource permitting process. He also has experience in writing plans for timber and land management, upland and wetland enhancement and restoration, and gopher tortoise habitat restoration.
Phone: (904) 470-2200 or (386) 478-4350