C.C. Dorion Geological Services, LLC 79 Bennoch Rd.  Orono, ME 04473
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Maine Certified Geologist #485
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New Hampshire Professional Geologist #795
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Maine Certified Soil Scientist #454
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New Hampshire Certified Wetland Scientist #251
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Maine Certification in Erosion and Sedimentation Control Practices - MDEP
Announcements

For SOIL TESTING to determine an area's suitability for a subsurface wastewater disposal system, AMY JONES, LSE, CSS, can provide both preliminary and final designs to comply with the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Environmental Health codes.


Very poorly drained soils (left image) and poorly drained soils (middle image) define the HYDRIC SOIL classification. HYDRIC SOILS generally indicate land areas defined as WETLANDS (right image) and unsuitable for development. High intensity mapping of HYDRIC SOILS is a key component of land use planning for cluster and conservation land development projects.


We provide wetland delineation, vernal pool identification, and soil survey services for projects in both MDEP and LUPC jurisdictions. Associated permit applications are prepared following town or city land use ordinances.


Our office is located in center of Portland.

Projects have ranged from a homeowner requesting a Tier I permit application to large commercial projects. A client list is available upon request.

  • We utilize Trimble GPS equipment with post processing of data completed by a Professional Land Surveyor
  • We use both AutoCAD and ArcGIS with review by a Professional Land Surveyor
  • We use digital photos as part of our records
  • Reports can be completed in PDF format as requested
  • We can provide pre-application meeting support, Planning Board support, and public hearing testimony as requested
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