Mr. Day has been a member of the environmental team since October of 2008. His responsibilities include wetland delineations, Section 404 wetland permitting, threatened & endangered species assessments, migratory bird surveys, and project management. He coordinates with local agencies such as the U.S. Department of the Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Texas Railroad Commission, Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, Louisiana Department of Natural Resources, and Texas Parks & Wildlife. Mr. Day works on a variety of projects ranging from individual oil & gas locations to large-scale transmission line Right-of-Ways.
Areas of Expertise:
Threatened & Endangered Species
2011 Fenstermaker Environmental MVP
2016 Fenstermaker President’s Award Nominee
Mr. Day and his wife have been married for 10 years. Together they share three beautiful, strong-willed children that keep them busy. His family spends most of their free time enjoying the outdoors, volunteering with their church, and coaching youth sports teams.
Stephen F. Austin State University, Bachelor of Science in Forestry, 2007
Youth Teacher at Immanuel Baptist Church in Marshall, TX
Recreational Baseball & Softball Coach in Marshall, TX
Coach for the Texas Titans 2k12 Select Softball Team