The services you need to get the right job done right.
From analysis and assessment to negotiation and design, we have the services—and the team—to deliver the best solutions each and every time.
How? Our team of toxicologists, engineers, geoscientists, marine scientists, chemists, data scientists, and others skillfully blend technical expertise with big-picture context and insight.
Whether it’s cleaning up legacy pollution, complying with environmental protection standards, or ensuring that restored environments are safe, we deliver permanent solutions that work.
Our team develops practical remedies for all phases of remediation, stormwater, and development projects.
We work proactively to help clients and their counsel manage health risks and liabilities.
We help clients assess, manage, and mitigate ecological impacts associated with products, projects, and environmental practices.
We help clients identify and manage both liabilities and opportunities that emerge from activities relying on or affecting natural resources and the environment.
We use a variety of tools and approaches to build analytical models of the site environment and deliver clear visualization and communication of complex model results.
We bring multidisciplinary expertise to develop practical solutions for our clients’ needs, from best practices in forecasting and monitoring, to efficient and effective permitting, to supporting sustainable development in challenging aquatic environments.
We help clients bring new products to market and ensure the safety of their existing products.
We deliver the facts with context and insight to answer the important questions in a clear and understandable way.
We combine high-value analytics and a wealth of subject matter expertise to deliver insightful solutions.
Our People Are Our Strength
We offer a highly experienced and dedicated team of professionals and supporting staff, many of whom are recognized experts in their fields. Technical specialists include ecologists, toxicologists, biologists, aquatic scientists, geologists, hydrogeologists, environmental and atmospheric chemists, and meteorologists, as well as civil, environmental, hydrologic, and geologic engineers.
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Decision-Making for Coastal Communities Facing Sea Level Rise: Cheryl Hapke Presents New Approach at GSA Conference
The rate of sea level rise is accelerating. In locations along U.S. coastlines, high-tide flooding is now 300% to 900% more frequent than it was 50 years ago. Communities with coastlines are facing hazards to their beaches, homes, and businesses from powerful storms, inundation, and erosion. Many U.S. states are requiring coastal communities to develop practical and effective adaptation strategies to accommodate future hazards under anticipated sea level rise scenarios.
Have you listened to Cheryl Hapke’s podcast interview on climate change and coastal resilience? Tune in to hear Cheryl participate in the coastal resilience discussion on the Higher Ground podcast, Episode 8: If The Beach Goes, We Go, aired on September 20, 2021 on...
Damian Preziosi, Integral Managing Principal, is chairing a panel session on challenges and opportunities in developing offshore wind at the Association for Environmental Health and Sciences (AEHS) Foundation’s International Conference. Held virtually on October 18–21, 2021, the annual conference on Soils, Sediments, Water, and Energy facilitates the exchange of information on technological advances and new scientific achievements.