David M. Sherrill
Master of applied geography resource and environmental studies, Southwest Texas State University
Bachelor of Science, Resource and Environmental Studies, Southwest Texas State University
David has 25 years’ experience in wetland and land use management as a project manager for wetland ecological services and other environmental assessments. He has expertise in the U.S. army corps of engineers (USACE) clean water act section 404 wetland permitting, CWA section 401 water quality certification, and the rivers and harbors act section 10. He has a diverse background in natural resource assessment, specializing in wetland delineations, wetland permitting, and the creation and mitigation of wetlands and section 401 water quality plans. David has a thorough knowledge of environmental and wetland regulations, particularly the clean water section 404, allowing him to successfully coordinate large-scale, multi-task projects. He also has expertise with coastal permitting issues and has consulted and coordinated over 50 projects located within the coastal zone or within submerged land owned by the Texas general land office (TGLO). In addition to USACE permit approval, the coastal projects involved the coordination of approved TGLO coastal land use permits, beach construction certificates, and/or dune mitigation plans. David Sherrill has coordinated over 450 wetland delineations which were verified by the USACE, coordinated permit approval for over 100 individual permits and 250 nationwide permits including NW 7, 12, 13, 14, 26, 29, 33, 39, 42, 18. He has also completed over 20 section 10 dredge and fill permits.