T.J. Mascia

Vice President

T.J. received his JD from Duke University of Law, along with his Master of Environmental Management from Duke University in 2009. T.J. has over a decade of experience dealing with all aspects of environmental credit project development; from the underlying land transactions to agency coordination and regulatory and policy matters, project finance and financial modeling, and the management of credit sales activity and strategy. While working as an attorney with Hunton & Williams, LLP and then Troutman Sanders, LLP, T.J. facilitated the formation of the Virginia Mitigation Banking Association and served as its lead counsel, and further advised individual mitigation banking clients on the entitlement and management of multiple mitigation and nutrient banks across the Commonwealth of Virginia.

In 2015, T.J. joined RES, LLC, a private mitigation banking firm, where he led efforts to establish and expand the company’s Virginia based operations, including the development of more than 30 nutrient banks and sales of over 1,000 pounds worth of nutrient credits, as well as the acquisition, entitlement, and/or management of multiple compensatory mitigation banks.

T.J. has worked on numerous mitigation projects throughout the country, including stream, wetland, nutrient and buffer restoration. T.J. is able to apply his diverse experience and deep understanding of the mitigation process and regulatory framework toward successful engagement with landowners, regulatory agencies, and mitigation credit purchasers alike. With considerable hands-on experience in the realm of both water quality (nutrient banks and TMDL projects) and compensatory mitigation (stream and wetland banks), T.J. is able to take a wholistic look at prospective project sites and work with landowners to maximize potential value.

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