Torrey Luiting is a senior ecologist and project manager, with technical expertise in restoration prioritization, restoration strategy, wetland ecology and project permitting. Torrey brings more than 20 years of experience in interdisciplinary team management, client coordination, restoration prioritization, and document development and delivery. Torrey’s expertise includes ecological analysis to support engineering design, project specific restoration plans, site specific wetland delineation and functional assessments, rare plant surveys, and crafting permitting documents and managing the permitting process. She is also an experienced delineator using both the Arid West and the Western Mountains, Valleys, and Coast Regional Supplements to the Corps’ Delineation Manual, as well as the Washington Dept. of Ecology’s wetland rating system for both Eastern and Western Washington.
She specializes in managing projects that require integrating multi-disciplinary teams and in preparing clear, concise documents that convey often complex scientific information in a meaningful and clear manner. Torrey applies her expertise in permitting to help guide the assessment of project feasibility, cost, and schedule. She specializes in supporting and managing the permitting process for complex projects that require integrating Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 404/401, Endangered Species Act Section 7 consultation, and National Historic Preservation Act [NHPA] Section 106 consultation documentation, as well as critical areas and floodplain reports for local permit applications.