At EAI, we are continuously providing innovative environmental management and monitoring solutions to private and public sector clients in Florida and beyond. Visit our website often for current updates on EAI projects, publications, presentations, awards, and other relevant news.

SAV Interagency Calibration Exercise

Submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) surveys can be conducted via a variety of methods. However, since SAV surveys are performed by multiple entities in the State of Florida and used in the development of statewide policy, an SAV calibration exercise is conducted annually to ensure consistent survey methodologies across all entities. During this calibration exercise, representatives from multiple state agencies, universities, and federal agencies come together to calibrate their methods for mapping, scoring, and reporting. EAI participated in the most recent calibration exercise in May 2017 and is now up-to-date on SAV survey methodologies that will mirror the calibrated statewide method.

EAI’s New Fort Myers Office! - February 2017

Gopher Tortoise

EAI is excited to announce its expansion to the west coast of Florida with the establishment of a new branch office in Fort Myers, Lee County. 

Services offered at the new location include, but are not limited to:

  • environmental assessments
  • environmental resource permitting
  • endangered species monitoring and management
  • gopher tortoise relocation
  • seagrass monitoring and mapping
  • conservation land planning and management
  • water quality monitoring
  • manatee protection planning
  • plant and wildlife inventories
  • wetland delineations and management
  • power plant distribution and transmission line environmental support services
  • GPS and GIS mapping services

Feel free to contact us at (239) 215-8715 with any questions.  

Turtle Tank Exhibit

October 2014. EAI sponsored the installation of a turtle tank at Martin County’s Environmental Studies Center (ESC). The ESC holds a juvenile loggerhead turtle that is used to educate children about sea turtles. After two years, the turtle will be released, and a new turtle will be obtained. EAI has been involved in the Environmental Studies Council, the non-profit group that supports the environmental education programs offered by the ESC, for many years.