Geosyntec- Austin


8217 Shoal Creek Blvd, Suite 200, Austin, TX 78757 • 512-451-4003

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Geosyntec- Austin is located at 8217 Shoal Creek Blvd, Suite 200, Austin, TX 78757.

Geosyntec Consultants, Inc. provides specialized consulting and engineering services to private and public sector clients to address new ventures and problems involving environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure worldwide. It offers contaminated site assessment and cleanup; environmental planning and management; air quality management and air pollution control; water and natural resources assessment, management, and restoration; civil site engineering and design; building health evaluations and rehabilitation; structure and fluid analysis, modeling, and engineering; and facility hazard definition and risk management services. The company also provides environmental studies and cleanup services, such as site investigation and remediation, groundwater and sediment assessment and remediation, specialized in situ treatment technologies, and building health sciences; and natural resources assessment and restoration services, which include water and natural resources conservation and restoration, surface water/groundwater supply studies and development, erosion and sediment control, and watershed and storm water management. In addition, it offers infrastructure engineering and design services that include industrial/hazardous/remediation waste landfills, geotechnical infrastructure/foundation engineering, and construction services. The company serves oil and gas, chemicals/petrochemicals, diversified manufacturing, aerospace and electronics manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, electric power utilities, solid and hazardous waste management, and real estate/property development industries, as well as law firms, municipalities, counties, and local public agencies, state government agencies and departments, and federal departments and agencies.

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