Tetra Tech provides a broad range of civil engineering services in support of public works agencies, transportation departments, and private clients around the world.

Tetra Tech has experience in all phases of planning, design, construction, and operation for water, wastewater, dams, and transportation infrastructure projects. Tetra Tech is knowledgeable in public outreach and stakeholder coordination for large, complex, and multi-phase infrastructure repair and new construction projects. We also design retrofits and additions in heavy industrial and manufacturing settings.

Our civil engineering projects include:

  • Water and wastewater systems
  • Roadway and highway design
  • Bridges
  • Airports and aviation
  • Transit and multimodal facilities
  • Landfill design
  • Traffic control, safety, and signal design
  • Utilities design and coordination
  • Stormwater management and spill containment
  • Seismic and structural assessments
  • Surveying and mapping, including advanced aerial photogrammetry and LiDAR

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Sri Lanka

Badulla, Haliela, and Ella Integrated Water Supply Project, Sri Lanka

Providing engineering, procurement, and construction services for new, integrated potable water facilities, from source through distribution

Rising water of the Quill Lakes threatening Highways 6 and 16.

Engineering Design Services for Flood Prevention, Saskatchewan

Providing engineering solutions to raise highways 6 and 16 near the Quill Lakes, Saskatchewan, Canada

Bioreactor basin at Michelson Water Reclamation Plant

Michelson Water Reclamation Plant Phase II Improvements

Partnering in the design and construction of a water reclamation plant in Irvine, California

Konza

Konza Techno City—the New Silicon Savannah

Providing program management, architecture-engineering services, and training to develop a new smart city in Kenya

Potomac Park Flood Risk Management Improvements in Washington, DC

Potomac Park Flood Risk Management Improvements in Washington, DC

Providing engineering services to upgrade the flood protection system for The United States’ capital