ProjectRehabilitating One of the Largest Ecosystems in Southern California
By leveraging our current knowledge and understanding of natural resources, we can provide innovative solutions to meet our clients' needs. Many solutions to modern-day problems already exist in natural systems, and can be incorporated into our designs to address current environmental challenges. And by developing new and emerging technology, we can understand baseline and future conditions better than ever before.
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See our Work in Natural Resources
Rehabilitating One of the Largest Ecosystems in Southern California
Faced with an increasingly intrusive number of water quality concerns, the city of Los Angeles sought to rehabilitate its largest freshwater ecosystem by implementing a sustainable, forward-thinking improvement plan.Learn more
ProjectBreathing New Life into the Delaware River Shoreline
Breathing New Life into the Delaware River Shoreline
In Camden, N.J., a team of landscape architects, environmental scientists, and engineers have completed one of the most ambitious landfill-to-park revitalization projects to date.Learn more
ProjectConsolidating Waste and Cleaning Coeur d’Alene’s Watershed
Consolidating Waste and Cleaning Coeur d’Alene’s Watershed
Driven by a settlement and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) oversight, the Couer d’Alene Trust is charged with recovering the wildlife and natural resources impacted by decades of mining activities.Learn more
Cannon's work on innovative remedial systems has led to the success of many notable environmental projects. From advancing the use of permeable reactive barriers to treat contaminated groundwater to conducting optimization evaluations on military bases, Cannon has demonstrated expertise in remedial technologies and sustainability.Meet Cannon
A crucial member of our integrated team of experts, Wardah is a technical innovator in chemical contamination, fate and transport modeling, sediment cap modeling, and other urgent topics in the environmental sciences. She's been called upon to solve some of the most complex challenges on the biggest stages, including EPA's Superfund program.Meet Wardah
Discipline Leader – Remedial Investigations
As a hydrogeological and hazardous waste site investigation expert, Ernest has been involved with some of the industry’s largest and most impressive remediation programs for over 30 years. Helping spread the word about innovative environmental technologies, he has helped reduce compliance costs and maximize cleanup efficacy.Meet Ernest