Hydrogeology underpins much of our water resource work. It’s critical for us to understand the movement of subsurface water and the fate and transport of groundwater contaminants, especially in relation to environmental, mining, and construction projects. Wells used for production or monitoring often provide our only insight into aquifer hydraulics. We use a range of methods and techniques to obtain the best data possible, then we use it to develop conceptual models and perform reliable analytical and numerical evaluations. Our clients rely on our insight to support sustainable groundwater source development, aquifer protection, water storage and water reuse projects. Our expertise also includes data collection, modeling, and analysis of hyporheic zone processes in rivers and wetlands. We’ve also applied our hydrogeology experience to cutting-edge open and closed-loop ground source heat pump (GSHP) systems.