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Scientists around the world are creating sophisticated models that show dramatic changes occurring in the climate and localized weather. This includes intensified rainfall events, rising sea levels, increased occurrences of storm surges, heatwaves, and wildfires.

Our team collaborates with scientists and city leaders to interpret environmental and climate data at local or regional scale, assessing the risks to human health and physical infrastructure. We have developed bespoke tools and dashboards for visualizing climate data and used geospatial analytics to create impactful visualizations of climate datasets.

Our expertise includes:

​o   Hydrologic/Hydraulic Modeling

o   Flood Risk Mapping

o   Asset-based Climate Hazard Mapping 

o   ML-driven Prediction Dashboards


We have 20 years of experience in developing numerical tools and models to create comprehensive water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure plans.


Our team is well-versed in strategic planning that integrates water and environmental policies, regulations, and shifting climate patterns. We are skilled in formulating strategic plans to implement adaptation and mitigation solutions for public infrastructure, and in assisting our clients in securing funding for these projects. 


Some of past clients include:

o   Town of Cary, North Carolina

o   City and County of Honolulu

o   Seattle Public Utilities

o   City of Sacramento

o   City of San Jose

o   City and County of San Francisco


Our team possesses a comprehensive understanding of the environmental laws and policies that have been established and enhanced by the country over time.


We offer our clients support in updating permits, drafting compliance reports, and developing communication materials to effectively convey the performance of water, wastewater, or stormwater systems to regional or federal regulatory boards.


Our proficiency in policymaking enables us to assist our clients in creating comprehensive stakeholder mapping strategies, as well as advocating for policy changes.

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