The strong conservation ethic in the Palmetto State pairs naturally with RES’ proactive approach to the management of South Carolina’s treasured ecosystems.
As residents of the state, living and working, the RES team cares about South Carolina’s beautiful places. We work with clients to provide customized solutions that achieve the highest quality ecological restoration at the greatest value.
We can provide ecological offsets that include large-scale stream and wetland restoration to recover from degraded conditions, developing riparian and stream buffers that filter and clean upstream runoff, and protecting threatened and endangered wildlife species through habitat conservation. In addition, our stream and wetland restoration work increases overall property value and provides tax benefits for landowners and farm families.
Additionally, our work includes partnering with municipalities to assist them in achieving their resiliency goals. Our turnkey, nature-based solutions allow these communities to grow and thrive while becoming more resilient when faced with challenges from Mother Nature. In particular, we recognize that coastal resiliency is a growing priority for the state, and RES is devoted to delivering solutions to ensure the long-term preservation of its coast.
RES is a leading national provider of environmental solutions supporting the growth of South Carolina’s economy. With an office in historic Charleston staffed with talented and dedicated individuals focused on the future of their state, our team is committed to the long-term vibrancy and sustainability of the community.
RES in South Carolina
RES opens first approved species mitigation bank for endangered freshwater mussels in South Carolina
Waccamaw Mitigation Bank approved in Horry County enhancing 267 acres of relic wet pine savanna and Carolina bay
RES selected to supply the mitigation offset solution for Volvo’s new manufacturing plant in Berkeley County
RES opens office at the Cigar Factory in Charleston, SC
RES restored and protected 495 acres in the Enoree River Basin
French Quarter Mitigation Bank obtains final approval
RES adds construction capabilities with the acquisition of Carolina Environmental Contracting (CEC)
RES enters partnership with Luck Stone with the development of Blue Heron PRM
RES enters partnership with Gallo Wineries with the development of Wrenn Tree PRM