Tetra Tech incorporates sustainability in its projects, business operations, and community activities to make a difference for its customers and the planet. Tetra Tech’s Sustainability Program demonstrates how we are Leading with Science®  to sustain the growth of our business, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and provide an exceptional work environment for our associates, all while providing innovative solutions for our clients.

With 400 offices and more than 17,000 employees worldwide, we are conscious of the company’s impact in the communities in which we live and work. As a leading consulting and engineering firm, we ensure our daily practices are as sustainable as possible to advance our legacy of sustainability each year.

This page provides highlights of our featured sustainable projects, community outreach and support, and experts who provide sustainable technical solutions to our customers.

Sustainability in our Projects

Basic Education Quality and Access in Lao PDR

Basic Education Quality and Access in Lao PDR

Delivering quality and accessible primary education to disadvantaged girls and boys

The Sechelt Water Resource Centre, which is pending LEED Gold Certification, provides public access, with park space aro

Sechelt Water Resource Centre

Providing owner’s engineer services throughout the design-build implementation of an innovative water reuse facility in British Columbia

2.8 MG of water will be housed in subsurface storage and infiltration structures beneath the park

Bolivar Park Stormwater Capture Project

Improving water quality through a stormwater diversion and treatment system in Lakewood, California

Responsibility to our Communities

Tetra Tech’s Melbourne, Australia, office celebrates Superhero Daughter Day

Tetra Tech Continues to Advance STEM around the World

Sharing our passion to help students spark an interest in science and engineering in 2018

Tetra Tech employees fundraise for heart diseases prevention and education.

Tetra Tech Honors Former Colleague by Helping Prevent Heart Disease

Supporting the work of the American Heart Association through fundraising and outreach efforts

Group of community members that make up the municipality, “La Junta,” which is responsible for maintenance of the water

Tetra Tech’s Engineers Without Borders Tranquilla Norte Water Supply Project

Supporting the development of a sustainable water distribution system for a rural community in Panama

Employee Sustainability

2018 International Bike to Work Week Challenge

Tetra Tech Employees Cycled more than 42,000 Kilometers in 2018 for Largest International Bike to Work Week Challenge

Biking to work for a week to promote sustainable transportation and reduce emissions

Tetra Tech Welcomes 2018 Leadership Academy Participants

Tetra Tech Welcomes 2018 Leadership Academy Participants

Teaching our future leaders to exercise their operational, financial, and interpersonal skills

Bon Daylor, Land Development Expert

Bob Daylor, Land Development Expert

Working with natural protections to protect Boston from sea level rise