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As part of a campus expansion, Harvard University purchased an adjoining commercial property that had housed a corner dry cleaner for decades. Historical releases of…
The groundwater at this former manufacturing facility had elevated levels of 1,4-dioxane, chlorinated volatile organic compounds, and arsenic (constituents of concern [COCs]) resulting from historic…
Project ObjectiveTo improve the decision-making process and support effective water and natural resource program implementation, transportation agencies need synthesized research and guidance on a variety…
The Main San Gabriel Basin has been the subject of environmental investigation since 1979 when volatile organic compounds were first detected in groundwater. Puente Valley…
A pharmaceutical client's industrial wastewater pre-treatment system was not meeting discharge limits for pH. Geosyntec provided technical support for a Pre-Hearing Brief relating to a…
Geosyntec installed solar powered water quality monitoring units at the Center Hill Dam to wirelessly transmit construction and other data to a real-time internet-based reporting…
US Department of Defense (DoD) has estimated significant cost savings are possible through the application of accelerated source treatment technologies at DoD sites where long-term…
The Alabama Department of Environmental Management has included the entire length of Tiawasee Creek and one of the unnamed tributaries to Tiawasee Creek on the…
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) manages a large system which includes fossil and nuclear plants, dams and reservoirs. TVA uses a series of numerical models…
The City of Austin retained Geosyntec to stabilize approximately 450 linear feet of eroding stream bank along lower Buttermilk Creek to protect a threatened multi-family…
The Santa Rosa County Environmental Department (SRCED) in Milton, Florida provides its residents with comprehensive waste and material services including curbside recycling services. Recycling is…
Frederick County, Maryland operates an integrated solid waste management system that manages over 175,000 tons of solid waste annually within the county, with operations that…
Frederick County, Maryland operates an integrated solid waste management system that manages over 175,000 tons of solid waste annually. Although the county achieved an overall…
The City of Quetzaltenango, Guatemala has been experiencing serious deficiencies in its public solid waste management (SWM) services. While the percentage of the population with…
Dorchester County, Maryland was faced with severe cash flow problems and probable landfill closure resulting from regulatory compliance issues and looming consent orders. Central to…
The Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) manages over a million tons of solid waste annually through an integrated regional network of waste processing,…
Robins Air Force Base, located in central Georgia, has goals of reducing the quantity of waste that is sent from the base to landfills, generating…
Geosyntec provides a wide range of technical services associated with determining the feasibility of emerging technologies, including field studies, literature reviews, and financial feasibility reviews…
Geosyntec was retained by Cecil County, Maryland to provide guidance on updating the county's existing Solid Waste Management Plan (SWMP), which called for future development…
The Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant (PGDP), located in western Kentucky, is a former uranium enrichment facility owned by the U.S. Department of Energy (US DOE).…
Chemicals of concern (COCs) at the site are primarily nitrate and pesticides that no longer have active registration in the U.S., such as 1,2-dibromo3-chloropropane (DBCP),…
The Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) and the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) have initiated a collaborative effort to develop an agricultural BMP performance database…
As part of a potential business acquisition, an agricultural chemical distributor retained Geosyntec to perform Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) at…
Geosyntec provided assistance to Wilbur-Ellis in support of the preparation of industrial stormwater pollution prevention plans (SWPPPs) for their Wenatchee and Ellensburg, Washington facilities. These…
McAnally Egg Enterprises was interested in relocating their existing egg laying and processing facility to a new, previously undeveloped site in Riverside County, California to…
Red Dog Mine is one of the world's largest zinc mines, located in the remote Northwest Arctic Borough of Alaska and operated by Teck Alaska,…
The local municipality's wastewater treatment system requires upgrades to achieve long-term compliance with the Province of Manitoba's Nutrient Management Strategy. The municipality presented its preferred…
Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) concentrations in groundwater in the source zone of a former syringe manufacturer were indicative of dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL). Distinctive to the…
The Chickamauga Lock is a navigation lock on the Tennessee River, seven miles upstream of Chattanooga. The 80-year old existing 60-foot by 360-foot lock is…
The need for municipalities, regional planning organizations, states, and federal agencies to increase resilience and adapt to extreme weather events and climate change is evident…
For two decades, Geosyntec has been working with Kinder Morgan's subsidiary, Southern LNG Company, LLC (SLNG) to provide engineering support and environmental permitting services for…
The Bolsa Chica site is approximately 1,200 acres of degraded coastal wetland that has been affected by oil field activities for 80 years. After years…
The Malone Services Company Superfund Site is situated in a lowland area along Galveston Bay, Texas bordered by open water of the bay and adjacent…
The Massachusetts Bays Program (MassBays) is a U.S. EPA National Estuary Program dedicated to protecting, restoring, and enhancing the estuarine resources of Ipswich Bay, Massachusetts…
The Los Angeles River (LA River) is one of Los Angeles County, California's most valuable assets, providing flood risk management for millions of County residents.…
Geosyntec is working with the U.S. Navy (Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Systems Center Pacific, SSC-Pacific) to evaluate innovative remedial approaches for addressing contaminated…
One consequence of the damage from the Hurricane Katrina storm surge was that the allowable water levels in the repaired canals was reduced relative to…
Geosyntec is providing a variety of engineering and permitting services at an active oil refinery in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Regional Water Quality…
As a result of damaging storms such as Hurricane Matthew in 2016 and ongoing issues related to sea level rise, flooding events are occurring more…
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