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Clients choose Geosyntec based on our record of providing advice, recommendations, and solutions of exceptional value. From highly scientific studies to large construction projects, our staff has extensive experience, the latest tools and technologies, and dedication to client service.

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The Wells G&H Superfund Site centers on two municipal water supply wells developed in the 1960s which were found to be contaminated by disposal activities…
Due diligence performed by Geosyntec for a former lease on behalf of the property owner indicated several potential Recognized Environmental Conditions (RECs) on site that…
The City of Chicago has been a leader in implementing green practices in an urban environment and encouraging both the public and private sector to…
The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) identified the 2.5-acre Schmul Park on Staten Island for redevelopment into a state-of- the-art neighborhood…
A large landslide occurred at a site under development by a third party in Western Pennsylvania, impacting an adjacent state highway and rail line. After…
Between 2005 and 2011 Geosyntec provided engineering services for a major petrochemical client and other project shareholders in the siting, geohazard assessment, targeted ground improvement,…
Geosyntec developed earthquake, structural, and geotechnical engineering recommendations in support of the front end engineering design (FEED) package and invitation to bid for detailed design…
As part of a 117-mile long new transmission line, San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E) is constructing an approximately six-mile, twin circuit 230-kV transmission…
A gas-to-liquids project involved construction of a new facility over a thick, soft clay site in West Africa's Niger Delta region. The facility consists of…
The site is an approximately 23-acre, undeveloped parcel in an area of office buildings, hotels, and the Brisbane Marina. Subsurface conditions include fill and refuse…
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is proposing to construct three new buildings and perform chiller system upgrades at the existing medical center campus in…
The Wolf Creek Dam is located on the Cumberland River in the western part of Russell County, Kentucky. The dam provides hydroelectric power generation, flood…
The San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E) is proposing to construct a new 138-kV substation adjacent to an existing 138-kV substation and replace the…
American Electrical Power (AEP) is developing a 348-acre residual waste landfill (RWL) located over portions of an inactive fly ash reservoir (FAR) and an area…
Center Hill Dam is one of the multipurpose projects that make up the Corps of Engineers' system for development of the water resources of the…
Geosyntec was retained by a confidential University client in the Philadelphia area to provide air quality consulting assistance to modify the University's air quality permit…
Seeking to improve finances and implement a beneficial use for the landfill gas produced by the second largest active municipal solid waste landfill in Georgia,…
DeKalb County (DeKalb) wanted to expand its ability to use excess landfill gas (LFG) at its Seminole Road Municipal Solid Waste Landfill for beneficial use.…
Geosyntec was retained by the project owner to provide a geotechnical and structural review for an ethylene plant being constructed in Saudi Arabia. Geosyntec's role…
Geosyntec Consultants (Geosyntec) U.K. office (formerly Ford Consulting Group) has been retained to assist a multinational chemical distribution business in understanding and addressing contaminated land…
Geosyntec Consultants (Geosyntec) U.K. office (previously Ford Consulting Group) was retained to provide peer review and direction of a retained consultant’s work in relation to…
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