Water and Environment

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Our Approach

WHPacific’s water and environment business line provides innovative solutions for our client’s water and environmental challenges. By helping our clients achieve success through environmental performance and compliance, we not only contribute to the sustainability of their businesses, but also address broader global challenges, such as access to natural resources and energy, biodiversity, and protecting local communities. WHPacific’s team works closely with public clients, private clients, and regulatory agencies to minimize impact to our environment throughout the U.S. and internationally. Throughout our regional and local offices, WHPacific has subject matter experts in federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Our team prides itself on being a versatile, responsive, and full-service team covering all aspects of natural resource management.

Capabilities

    • Watershed Planning/Hydrology Studies/Modeling
    • Flood Control/Multi-Use Facility Design
    • Dam Design/Rehabilitation, Spillways & Outlet Works
    • River Morphology & Hydraulic Analyses
    • CLOMR/LOMR Applications, Studies
    • Water Quality/Assessments
    • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans
    • GIS Mapping/Modeling
    • Water & Wastewater System Planning/Modeling
    • Surface Water Supply
    • Storage Tanks, Lift Stations & Pump Stations
    • Distribution, Large Diameter Pipelines
    • Wastewater Collection System Design
    • Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade, Troubleshooting
    • Wastewater Reuse Studies & Design
    • Site Investigation & Restoration
    • Spill Cleanup
    • Stormwater Mitigation & Design
    • Drainage Management, Planning, & Design
    • Hydrologic & Hydraulic Modeling
    • Flood Control & Floodplain Analysis
    • Archaeological Studies
    • Cultural Resources Surveys
    • Wetland Delineation
    • Environmental Assessments
    • Baseline Assessments
    • Mitigation Services
    • Threatened & Endangered Species

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