TAILORED SOLUTIONS FOR ALL OF YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL NEEDS
WSource is a consulting firm whose team is committed to providing outstanding service and unmatched value to our clients. Our solutions to environmental challenges are as unique as our team of advanced practitioners, and it is on the strength of our team that we are able to achieve success for our clients.
Our team includes former senior-level members of Florida’s premier environmental agency and is regularly consulted on matters of state and federal environmental policy. We are called upon to speak and present at (and organize!) environmental conferences and serve on boards and committees of environmental organizations. Our backgrounds include engineering, geology, law, planning, and finance. We work closely together and collaborate with our clients and other law firms and consultants to bring our combined strength to bear on tough issues.
While headquartered in Tallahassee, Florida, we provide services to clients throughout Florida and the United States. Whether evaluating environmental liabilities, resolving contaminated property issues, negotiating water quality credits, seeking a zoning change, or developing novel approaches to manage stormwater, we use our proven capabilities to handle projects of any size.
In addition to providing consulting services, WSource is a different in another regard. Through our corporate partners, we can also act as an equity partner in development opportunities, helping our clients to facilitate their projects or transactions. This combination of services further separates us from traditional consulting firms.
Our depth of regulatory knowledge and level of insight into the policy decisions of the executive and legislative branches of government provides our clients with a distinct advantage when cost-effective and timely solutions are needed.
We maintain an ongoing dialog with partners, clients, governments, water districts, and the science community to identify new opportunities for development, funding, value appreciation, revenue growth, or beneficial transfer of your water resources.
Unlock hidden insights and explore spatial relationships through the implementation of geographic information systems (GIS).
Mark Thomasson, P.E.
Jeff Littlejohn, P.E.
Matthew McDonald, J.D.
Jorge Caspary, P.G.
Shaping the Conversation
Jorge Caspary addressed the recent updates to the Petroleum and Dry Cleaner Programs and recent revisions to rules 62-780 and 62-777, and Mark Thomasson addressed Florida’s Water Infrastructure Financing opportunities at the 3rd Annual Winter Water Seminar, presented by the Florida Engineering Society, Florida Association of Professional Geologists, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
Jorge Caspary was a moderator in the 2017 Florida Brownfields Conference Session 3B: “Anticipating Change: The Evolution of Contaminated Sites Cleanup Tax Credits, possible new phases in Florida, and the Role of Public and Private Sector.”
Jorge Caspary is the President-elect of the Florida Brownfields Association (FBA) for the October 2018-October 2019 term. He will be working closely with 2017-2018 President Tom Lewis and the FBA Board of Directors on several initiatives prior to assuming the presidency.
Jeff Littlejohn addressed the ongoing efforts by the Florida Ports Council to reduce their environmental impacts at the 2017 FAWQC Annual Conference in Naples.
Jorge Caspary, Jack Fiveash, Jeff Littlejohn, Ed Steinmeyer, and Mark Thomasson were all called upon to speak on various topics at the 31st Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School in Ft. Lauderdale.
Mark Thomasson assisted the Florida Department of Environmental Protection in producing the 2017 State Revolving Fund/Water Project Funding Workshop. The event was co-produced by the Florida Engineering Society.
At their 2017 Annual Conference, Mark Thomasson was elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Florida Stormwater Association as a Private Sector representative and was re-appointed to serve on the association’s Legislative and Agency Policy.
Mark Thomasson spoke at the Florida Stormwater Association's 2016 annual conference on the history and implementation of the 10/2 General Permit.
Jorge Caspary, Jack Fiveash, Ed Steinmeyer, and Mark Thomasson were all called upon to speak on various topics at the 30th Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School.
Jorge Caspary addressed the recent updates to the Waste Management Program and Mark Thomasson addressed the timely issue of use of surface water for aquifer storage & recover and aquifer recharge at the 2nd Annual Winter Water Seminar, presented by the Florida Engineering Society, Florida Association of Professional Geologists and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
Jeff Littlejohn spoke at the Legislative Workshop during the 2016 Professional Engineer Legislative Days event, co-hosted by the Florida Engineering Society and the Florida Institute of Consulting Engineers. Jeff addressed the upcoming legislative session, including environmental bills of interest to the Florida engineering community.
Mark Thomasson spoke at the Florida Stormwater Association’s 2015 Winter Conference on the emerging potential of stormwater cap & trade in Florida.
Jorge Caspary was presented with an award at the 2015 Florida Brownfields Conference in recognition of his service as the Director of the Division of Waste Management at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection: “You have revolutionized brownfield redevelopment and the site cleanup process in Florida for which you have our heartfelt gratitude.”
Jorge Caspary, Jack Fiveash, Ed Steinmeyer, and Mark Thomasson were all called upon to speak on various topics at the 29th Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School.
Jeff Littlejohn spoke at the Legislative Workshop during the 2015 Professional Engineer Legislative Days event, co-hosted by the Florida Engineering Society and the Florida Institute of Consulting Engineers. Jeff addressed the upcoming legislative session, including environmental bills of interest to the Florida engineering community.
Jorge Caspary addressed managed risk approaches to groundwater remediation from the regulatory and industry perspectives at the 1st Annual Winter Water Seminar, presented by the Florida Engineering Society, Florida Association of Professional Geologists. and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
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Tallahassee, FL 32309
Tel: 1(850) 222-7535
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