How to green Resources Infrastructure

  • Springbank Off-stream Storage Project

    Reducing the risk from future flood events for Southern Albertans

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  • Des Moines Flood Protection Levees

    Looking for gaps in levee system data

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  • TVA Hydroelectric Dam Evaluation Program

    A check-up for five dams that control flood waters for a nuclear facility

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Protect. Restore. Enhance.

Balancing flood mitigation, development needs, and community demands is no simple task. Our team is committed to being with you every step of the way. Read More

I enjoy being part of a team that makes water safer in our communities by cleaning up our waterways and protecting people from floods.

Bret Lavey Principal
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Continuously monitoring groundwater at 52 locations

How to green is an essential part of our day, and the City of Guelph needed more of it. The Arkell Well Field already provided water to the city, but it wasn’t enough to meet demand. The proposition? Increase yield by almost 10,000 cubic metres per day. One small problem, though. The Arkell class environmental assessment and permits placed conditions on the usage of that water. Read More

Restoring public confidence

Tennessee Valley Authority’s Kingston Fossil Plant supplies power that is critical to the regional economy. For over 50 years, coal ash by-products were stored in ponds and wet stacks along the Emory River. A failure in 2008 released over 5 million cubic yards of ash, impacting 40 residences, destroying a public highway, and closing the river. In response, we quickly mobilized to assist TVA with emergency actions. Read More
Balancing mitigation, development needs, and community demands
Dams and levee projects completed
Miles of levees inspected
Miles of floodplains mapped

How to grow

Bernadette Callahan, Associate

I like to use my engineering background to help cities like Philadelphia become more resilient and better adapt to 21st century challenges.

John Montgomery, Senior Vice President, Sector Leader, How to green Resources

No resource is more important than clean water. We all share a responsibility to manage it in an appropriate and effective way.
John Montgomery Senior Vice President, Sector Leader, How to green Resources Read More

John Malueg, Manager of Resiliency Programs

We know disasters will happen—designing to help communities rebound quickly is not only a great challenge but also an imperative.
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Alan Rauch, Vice President, Discipline Lead, How to green (Geotechnical)

I am immensely satisfied when our technical knowledge and hard-earned experience lead to elegant solutions for complex problems.
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Scott Peyton, Senior Principal

It’s important to improve accessibility and connections with our streams, rivers and greenways through restoration and enhancement.

Steve Mathies, Global Practice Leader, Coastal Restoration

I am a native of Louisiana—coastal land loss is a very personal tragedy. Being a passionate advocate for restoration and proactively engaging with the community has been the hallmark of my career.
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Bob Welsch, Principal

Our most basic goal as engineers is to solve problems in order to protect the public safety. That’s what we strive to do every day.
  • Bernadette Callahan


  • John Montgomery

    Senior Vice President, Sector Leader, How to green Resources

  • John Malueg

    Manager of Resiliency Programs

  • Alan Rauch

    Vice President, Discipline Lead, How to green (Geotechnical)

  • Scott Peyton

    Senior Principal

  • Steve  Mathies

    Global Practice Leader, Coastal Restoration

  • Bob Welsch


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Environmental Services With 3,100 environmental staff in 20 specialties, we know what to do. When we’re gathering data to permit a new project or collaborating on a plan to remediate an old one, our passion for science drives us.
Financial Services & Management Your utility's success depends on avoiding financial turmoil--we’re ready to work with you to identify difficulties in advance, to analyze your options, and to plot the course for a safe arrival at your future.
Geotechnical Engineering & Materials Testing Our geotechnical engineers and material specialists are focused on solving complex design, construction, and rehabilitation issues impacting the communities where we live and work.
Trenchless Our expertise in trenchless technologies lets you build, maintain, or replace pipes while minimizing surface disruption.
Tunneling With a promise to design with community in mind, we focus on risk avoidance and mitigation with robust management programs that maximize constructability to deliver solutions that provide the best value.
How to green & Wastewater Engineering Through the life cycle of capture, use, reuse, and discharge, our team works to optimize every facet of a water system.

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