water resource services in Maine

  • Water Resources Services

    Sanborn Head believes that water is the critical resource linking together all human activities, and the safe and appropriate management of this resource is the key to our shared future. Understanding the factors that control the movement of water in the subsurface as well as evolving regulations and policy are critical for the development of a ...

    By Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc. Office in Portland, MAINE (USA). from Water Resources Services Service line

  • Stormwater

    Weston & Sampson offers extensive stormwater services and can provide assistance with a multitude of diverse stormwater-related issues. We have decades of experience assisting communities, agencies, and private entities in meeting their stormwater needs on small- and large-scale projects. This experience ranges from addressing individual ...

    By Weston & Sampson Engineers, Inc. Office in MAINE (USA).

  • Wastewater Planning

    As towns face development pressures, the key question becomes 'to sewer or not to sewer?'. Wright-Pierce has helped many towns and regional planning agencies address this important question. We have developed interdisciplinary planning tools that consider the inter-related nature of our water resources, and we have a depth of experience in the ...

    By Wright-Pierce based in Topsham, MAINE (USA).

  • Geotechnical Engineering Studies Services

    GeoInsight routinely assesses land resources for geologic characterization and development considerations, evaluating whether the proposed site development is compatible with soil and ground water conditions. Our geotechnical assessment activities include: Site development feasibility studies. Resource assessment and borrow-pit studies. ...

    By GeoInsight, Inc. Office in York, MAINE (USA). from Geotechnical Engineering Studies Services Service line

  • Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

    Aquatic ecosystems, including fish, fish habitat, and water is a valuable environmental resource. Aquatic biota need to be recognized for their social and economic values and also as a barometer on the state of our environment. Declining aquatic ecosystem health results in lost opportunities for society to derive benefits from the fisheries ...

    By Kleinschmidt Associates based in Pittsfield, MAINE (USA). from Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Service line

  • Civil Engineering Services

    Civil engineering spans a wide range of activities, and has a vital and integral role in most site development and infrastructure projects. Our engineers work closely with clients in the planning phase to evaluate constraints of a given site and meeting the challenges posed the community, regulators, and the terrain. We design infrastructure ...

    By SGC Engineering LLC based in Westbrook, MAINE (USA).

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