About webbones.es

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far webbones.es has created 6 blog entries.

Chris Tomsic joins North Carolina office

Please welcome Chris Tomsic, PE, CFM, ENV SP to our team! Chris will be leading our North Carolina office as a Senior Water Resources Engineer. He will help to grow Ecosystem Services Engineering presence in the region and will manage a multitude of engineering and ecological restoration projects.
Chris has 10 years of experience in the […]

October 12th, 2015|

Edith J. Carrier Arboretum at JMU

A construction ready stream and wetland restoration project was designed and permitted by Ecosystem Services, LLC to help meet both the MS4 pollutant reduction goals of JMU and aesthetic and educational goals of the Arboretum.

September 2nd, 2015|

New Stormwater Regulations

On July 1, 2014 the new state stormwater regulations went into effect. Ecosystem Services staff is here to help under-staffed localities with plan review and inspection services.

Training & Certification for stormwater management and erosion control can be found on the DEQ website.

July 28th, 2015|

Annemarie Abbondanzo joins the team

We would like to welcome Annemarie Abbondanzo to our team!
Annemarie will be working with us as a staff scientist and has experience conducting field biology and GIS mapping.

Annemarie received a masters degree in Environmental Science from John Hopkins University and received her undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary with majors in Government […]

May 31st, 2015|

Meadow Lawn Farm

Ecosystem Services is working with a landowner to establish a large scale wetland and stream mitigation bank on the 1,500 acre Meadow Lawn Farm located adjacent to Lake Merriweather and the Goshen Scout Map in Rockbridge County, Virginia.

May 29th, 2015|


The Remediation of Severe Gully Erosion in Kilmarnock, VA Project is a collaborative effort between Ecosystem Services (ES), the Center for Watershed Protection (CWP), and the Town of Kilmarnock to successfully plan, design, and prepare three severely eroding stream channels for remediation.

March 4th, 2015|