Matthew Martin, GISP
Senior Environmental Scientist
Graduate Certificate, Geographic Information Systems, University of Central Florida, 2019
B.S. Marine Environmental Science, Coastal Carolina University, 2000
Wetland Assessment & Permitting
Listed Species Surveys and Permitting
NEPA and Biological Assessments
Contamination Assessment and Remediation
Environmental Due Diligence
GIS Analysis and Data Collection
GISP Certification No. 160737
FDEP Wetland Delineation Training Course
Princeton Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology
FDEP SOP Sampling Training for Groundwater, Surface Water, and Wastewater
Advanced Open Water Dive Certification
Florida Stormwater Association
Society of American Military Engineers
Mr. Martin is a senior environmental scientist with experience in environmental planning, assessment, and restoration. As a seasoned project manager, he has experience coordinating complex projects and working directly with clients to achieve project goals and ensure timely delivery of project deliverables.
His ecological experience includes environmental resource permitting, threatened and endangered species surveys and monitoring, wetland delineation, monitoring, and restoration, wetland mitigation site planning, monitoring, and reporting, dune and coastal habitat monitoring and restoration, NEPA studies (EIS/EA), biological monitoring for offshore pipeline cover remediation, lake management, and aquatic restoration.
Mr. Martin has experience in environmental efforts that include soil, sediment, groundwater assessment and remediation, oversight of soil excavation, dredge operations, and in-situ chemical oxidation injections, data analysis, evaluation and reporting, oil spill response and reporting in accordance with the National Incident Management System, ecological risk assessment, air quality monitoring and assessment, and noise exposure monitoring and assessment.
He is also proficient in geospatial efforts including ArcGIS software, geospatial analysis and modeling, web-based mapping and web application development, utility mapping and GPS data collection (Trimble and Garmin units) and analysis, geodatabase management, and raster analysis for wetland and habitat assessment.
Mr. Martin is currently managing the environmental resource survey and permitting tasks for the Cocoa Beach Capping and Dredging Project. He is providing planning and management services related to all environmental resource surveys and data collection including wetland delineations, listed species habitat assessment, and benthic marine resource surveys for seagrasses and essential fish habitat. Mr. Martin manages and coordinates all environmental resource permitting efforts, including agency coordination, impact assessment and alternatives analysis, avoidance and minimization, application submittal, and responses to agency requests for additional information.