Celebrating 25 Yeras

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Providing technical and economically feasible solutions to today's environmental issues since 1989.

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Boylan Environmental Consultants, Inc. is an environmental consulting firm providing technical and economically feasible solutions to today's environmental issues. Located in Southwest Florida since 1989, the resulting experience and local knowledge have given Boylan Environmental Consultants added expertise specific to this ecosystem and requirements of the regulatory agencies. Boylan Environmental Consultants, Inc are certified as a Florida Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)


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Since 1989 Boylan Environmental Consultants, Inc. (BEC) has been providing environmental consulting services to both private and governmental entities. The company’s corporate office is located in Lee County, Florida. The services provided by the company include wetland and wildlife surveys, environmental planning and permitting, impact assessments, habitat management plans and design of mitigation projects. BEC has been located in southern Florida since the company’s inception. The resulting experience and familiarity with South Florida have given BEC an added expertise specific to this area. The advantages of the expertise range from specific knowledge of the flora and fauna of the area to a familiarity with the needs and requirements of the regulations agencies.


Since its inception, BEC has provided environmental consulting services for an extensive number of projects. The projects include residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural and governmental activities. The staff of BEC has a priority of providing to all its clients, the required services in a timely and economical fashion. The range in scope of services has been from minor general permits to full environmental services for major projects. BEC also provides the necessary support services during construction and after development, such as cost estimation, construction advisory services, wetland monitoring and implementation of species and habitat management plans.