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Spotlight on Atkins

Atkins is committed to the implementation of sustainable design principles and strives to be a responsible steward of the earth’s resources in the planning, design, and construction of projects. We continually look for opportunities to minimize resource requirements, maximize production efficiency, and control waste.  The following paragraphs highlight just a few of our successful—and award-winning—Southern California projects. More »

Terracon’s Orange County Office

Terracon is a dynamic and growing employee-owned consulting firm with more than 2,700 employees providing services for geotechnical, environmental, construction materials, and facilities to clients at local, regional, and national levels.  In more than 40 years, Terracon has grown into one of the largest employee-owned consulting engineering firms in the Unites States, with 130 offices in 39 states.  Terracon currently ranks 38th in Engineering News-Record’s List of Top 500 Design Firms. More »

“Solutions and Service”: Tetra Tech Inc., Orange County

Tetra Tech, Inc. was founded in 1966, by four Caltech professors whose early focus was to provide engineering services for waterways, harbors and coastal areas. Since that time TT has substantially increased the size and scope of its business by expanding its service offerings through strategic acquisitions and internal growth. Tetra Tech now provides environmental services, water/wastewater management, infrastructure services, security design, and outsourced technical services not only to public municipalities, and private companies but also to Federal and local governments. During 2010, the multiple Tetra Tech offices in Orange County were consolidated into one. More »

The Wet and Wild Side of Water Engineering: PACE

Imagine creating new technology for the world’s largest manmade surfable wave, understanding complex hydraulics in a flood control channel through experiments in an actual scaled model, and developing new water/air purification and recycling technologies for the Biosphere enclosed ecosystem experimentation station. What do all of these have in common? A specialized focus in research-based environmental water resource engineering solutions. This is what Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering (PACE), founded and headquartered in Orange County, is all about. More »


HDR is celebrating 25 years of success in Orange County and the Southern California area. We currently employ over 300 people in seven Southern California offices serving public and private clients throughout the six-county region. Our largest Southern California office, located in Irvine, is staffed to serve our Water/Wastewater; Transportation; and Federal, Energy, and Resource Management clients.  We are proud to have been given the opportunity to work with outstanding local clients on notable projects such as the Michelson Treatment Plant for IRWD, SR57 Widening for OCTA, the Santa Ana River Sediment Transport Study for OCWD, and the Ortega Highway Widening project for Rancho Mission Viejo. More »

GMU Geotechnical

Originally Evans, Goffman & McCormick, our inception fortuitously coincided with some of the most transformational projects in Southern California’s history. Our initial focus on geologically complex hillsidegrading eventually expanded to a more holistic approach that encompasses many specialty services not typically associated with most geotechnical firms. With a fully accredited soil, rock and materials laboratory on the premises, we maintain principal involvement in all projects that include: More »

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