From habitat modification to climate change, the environmental and socio-economic impacts of infrastructure projects are diverse and demand a diverse team of experts.
The work we do can have significant, lasting effects on the communities and ecosystems in which we operate.
Take a look at our recent environmental projects.
Many of our clients expect engineering solutions that serve their primary needs and contribute to the responsible use of resources and social well-being in their communities.
- Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
- Designated Substance Surveys
- Environmental Assessment & Planning
- Environmental Management & Systems
- Environmental Site Assessment and Remediation
- Natural Sciences
- Permitting & Approvals
- Project Sustainability & Risk Assessment
- Solid Waste Management
- Bridges and Structures
- Critical Facilities
- Land Development
- Renewable Energy
- Solid Waste Infrastructure
- Telecom & Technology
- Water & Wastewater
How can we help?
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