Environmental Scientist | Manager of Natural Resource Services
Meredeth Crane serves as an Environmental Scientist and Manager of Natural Resource Services for the firm. She is primarily responsible for wetland evaluations and delineations, wetland permitting, threatened and endangered species reviews, vegetation and tree surveys, invasive species assessments, industrial storm water management, natural resource assessments, soil and sediment sampling, and water quality evaluations, along with managing subcontractors, evaluating innovative and cost-effective strategies for natural resource services, mentoring staff, and attracting new clients. Meredeth maintains a thorough understanding of environmental regulations, which allows her to evaluate sites and provide effective and economical solutions to environmental situations that arise regarding our natural resources.
Meredeth has more than 3 years of experience in a wide array of environmental services including natural resource management, due diligence assessments, and hazardous material inspections. She is focused on providing timely responses and practical solutions to clients in order to keep projects on track and on budget, with the underlying objective of protecting our natural resources. Her specific project experience has included: conducting numerous wetland delineations, several stormwater evaluations, over 80 Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), over 40 Phase II ESAs and Baseline Environmental Assessments/Due Care Plans, and over 50 Asbestos and Hazardous Material Inspections.
Meredeth holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Fisheries and Wildlife (concentration on plants, soils, and habitat restoration) from Michigan State University (East Lansing, Michigan) along with an Associate in Applied Science degree in Biological Sciences from Lansing Community College (Lansing, Michigan). She maintains professional certifications as a Wetland Delineator, an Industrial Stormwater Operator, a Construction Site Stormwater Operator, and an Asbestos Inspector.