Michael J. Jessich is an environmental scientist with over 10 years of experience in hydrogeological investigations and permitting in Florida. Michael leads our water use permitting efforts for the firm having many hundreds of water use permits successfully completed for our clients in public water supply, agricultural and irrigation supply, industrial supply, and mining and construction dewatering. He has served as project manager for major utility installations including the preparation of Master Dewatering permits encompassing over 1,000 acres. He has served as project manager for large multi-use developments including permitting for the phased land use transfer of water use allocations from agricultural to landscape irrigation. Michael has significant experience with investigative solutions evaluating water resource issues on behalf of clients’ needs under various permitting approaches. His experience includes groundwater modeling, hydrologic investigations and data interpretation, well rehabilitations, water quality assessment and restoration studies, natural resource damage assessments, and sediment sampling surveys. Mr. Jessich is skilled in data management and processing software and in the use of GIS for interpretation and presentation of water resource information. He has broad experience with field data and sample collection processes and procedures involving various matrices.