Blaine J. Rothauser is the firm's chief biologist and senior naturalist, with over twelve years of experience in his field, and holds a B.S. degree in Biology. An accomplished nature photographer, Mr. Rothauser's photographs of the Great Swamp in Morris County were featured at the commemoration of the Thirtieth Anniversary of the establishment of the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge and has photographs published in the Star Ledger, the New Jersey Reporter, brochures for the Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, Shenks Ferry Wildflower Reserve, and the Great Swamp Watershed Assocation. Mr Rothauser is responsible for the firm's freshwater wetland delineation, threatened endangered species surveys, vegetation and wildlife inventories and impact analyses.
Henry M. Reisen is the firm's senior environmental planner. He holds a Masters degree in City and Regional Planning (M.C.R.P.) from Rutgers University and is a licensed professional planner in the state of New Jersey . He has been with Thonet Associates for five years and is experience in a wide variety of environmental planning projects and programs, feasibility studies, including site planning, variance application, recreational planning, development, critical areas analyses, natural resource inventories and environmental impact analyses.
Anthony Castillo has a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering and is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Environmental Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Mr. Castillo has five years of engineering experience and is certified as an Engineer in Training (EIT) in New Jersey . He is experienced with computer assisted design (CAD) and geographic information systems (GIS) technology. Mr. Castillo is experienced in the engineering aspects of site plan design and in the design of environmental control elements such as stormwater detention basins, water quality control basins, and soil erosion and sediment control plans.