Permitting large projects under the Clean Water Act in the age of ever changing regulations and policies requires more than a command of the law, politics, economics, and environmental aspects. It requires dogged determination.
– Andrea P. Gray
Andrea Gray has a decade of experience as an environmental consultant for large-impact Clean Water Act permitting projects including drinking water reservoirs. Her experience includes:
NRCS dam in Carroll County, Georgia that will be expanded into the 643-acre Indian Creek Reservoir
She has worked on the following public water supply projects: Yahoola Creek Reservoir expansion (City of Dahlonega), Bear Creek Reservoir (South Fulton Municipal Regional Water Authority), Glades Reservoir (Hall County), Indian Creek Reservoir (Carroll County Water Authority), Bear Creek Reservoir (Newton County), and the Beech Creek Reservoir (Haralson County Water & Sewer Authority).
Andrea Gray has also provided environmental consulting services relating to large commercial and residential developments.
In addition to environmental permitting, Andrea Gray has also successfully navigated FERC permit exceptions on Lake Oconee, defended EPA enforcement actions, acted as Newton County Environmental Court Solicitor, and overseen mitigation site selection/credit purchases.