Adam HoylesVice President of Operations

    Adam is Vice President of Operations, a Professional Wetland Scientist, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Florida. He has more than 22 years of experience in listed species, wetlands, and environmental permitting related tasks with state and federal regulatory agencies. He has provided regulatory consultations, wetland delineations, coordinated field crews, reviewed surveys, supported reclamation and mitigation monitoring efforts, Section 401/404 compliance inspections, and escorts state and federal regulatory personnel for formal jurisdictional determinations in support of private development, public utilities, and titanium and heavy sand mining in Green Cove Springs, FL and in Nahunta, GA. NEPA experience includes an FAA Environmental Assessment for an airport in Brantley County, Georgia. Adam is a registered gopher tortoise agent certified by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), originally trained by the late Mr. Ray E Ashton in techniques now only recently adopted by FWC.  He is also an NPDES Certified Inspector and Qualified Instructor, and a Qualified Airport Wildlife Hazard Biologist. He is an engaging and sought-after public speaker and community educator on subjects involving leadership, mitigation, and environmental issues.