As Director of Environmental Services, Mr. Hadaway works with landscape architects, land planners, engineers, and other design professionals to coordinate and negotiate compliance with environmental laws and policy for landowners, and to create environmentally sensitive plans for residential, institutional, and commercial development. Mr. Hadaway is certified by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to perform non-tidal wetland delineations, and is well-versed in all aspects of Section 404 Permitting and wetland mitigation design. He is also certified as a Maryland Forest Conservation Act Qualified Professional with over 24-years’ experience conducting Forest Stand Delineations and preparing Forest Conservation Plans. Mr. Hadaway also coordinates compliance with the Chesapeake Bay Critical Areas Law and negotiates approvals for waterfront development projects, marinas, and other water-dependent facilities. In addition, he is well versed in all aspects of surface mining and mine reclamation, with a special emphasis on environmental permitting for post-reclamation development projects. Mr. Hadaway also conducts natural resources inventories, feasibility studies, and prepares water quality planting plans for bioretention, rain garden, shallow marsh, and other storm water best management practices.