Tetra Tech has been ranked #1 in Water by Engineering News-Record magazine for 14 years in a row. Tetra Tech helps provide access to safe, abundant water supplies; effective treatment of stormwater and wastewater; flood control and restoration tools; and innovative watershed protection approaches to assess, protect, and restore our water bodies. Our potable water services help protect public health and improve quality of life. Tetra Tech is involved in all phases of the water cycle, combining state-of-the-art techniques and demonstrated best practices.

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Aboriginal Riverkeeper team with ELA project manager, who is holding the coolamon and digging stick that the team gifted

Aboriginal Riverkeeper Team, Georges River, Sydney Australia

Celebrating successful environmental conservation work-based traineeships for Aboriginal Australians

Train running down Meacham Creek valley in Eastern Oregon where Tetra Tech removed levees and spur dikes.

Meacham Creek Floodplain Restoration and In-stream Enhancement

Restoring traditional fishing habitat on Meacham Creek for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Oregon

Tallcree First Nation ribbon cutting ceremony for opening of the new community water treatment plant

Upgrade and Reservoir Design for South Tallcree Water Treatment Facility

Providing design and construction services of a new water treatment plant for Tallcree First Nation in northern Alberta

Tetra Tech’s lab technician prepares test organisms to be used for toxicity identification evaluation testing.

Acute Toxicity Identification Evaluation of Treated Wastewater

Using an innovative evaluation process to identify and provide treatment solutions for effluent toxicity for a global food and beverage manufacturer

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