Innovative Solutions

CZR INCORPORATED is a multidisciplinary environmental consulting firm offering a broad range of  scientific, planning, design, and management services to the public and private sectors.

Legacy of Excellence

The CZR team is experienced, knowledgeable, and available to assist you in the efficient assessment and implementation of your project. Regardless of project size or complexity, we are committed to providing excellence and results that exceed our client’s expectations. With offices in Jupiter, Florida, and Wilmington, North Carolina, CZR stands ready to provide expertise on projects throughout the southeast.


With a steadfast commitment to innovation and sustainability, we continue to pioneer cutting-edge solutions that shape the future of environmental stewardship.

Water Quality Studies

CZR Incorporated is your go-to for comprehensive water quality studies! Our skilled team excels in surface and groundwater sampling, analysis, and continuous monitoring. We offer

State and Federal Wetlands Delineation

Complying with federal and state wetland regulations is of utmost importance for project planners. To assist you in this process, CZR offers the expertise of

Seagrass Surveys

Protecting seagrass habitats is essential for the well-being of our marine ecosystems. CZR’s skilled professionals are ready to conduct comprehensive surveys using advanced equipment and

Natural Resource Inventory and Mapping

When it comes to natural resource inventory and mapping, CZR is the name you can trust. We have made significant investments in our capabilities to

Mitigation Project Planning, Design, Construction Management, and Monitoring

CZR brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to environmental mitigation and ecosystem restoration projects. For almost four decades, we have played a key role

Golf Course Development – Planning, Permitting, Management

Developing a golf course involves a detailed and intricate process. CZR specializes in addressing environmental issues such as habitat disruption, wetland impacts, soil erosion, and