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Our experts share how they help our clients solve today’s toughest water, environment, sustainable infrastructure, renewable energy, and international development challenges and prepare for a more sustainable future.

A 3D flight path visualization from Tetra Tech’s Volans platform, which provides information for public viewing

Using an Innovative Tool for FAA Community Engagement

Visualization of the current topography for permit application plan set

Visual Assessment Tools Show User’s Perspective on How a Project Will Look

Aerial view of farmlands in West Africa during rainy season

The Limited Impact of International Principles on Tenure Security in Africa

Tetra Tech provides advanced cybersecurity support to protect our clients from a constantly evolving threat landscape

Responding and Adapting to Cyber Threats Using Artificial Intelligence and Automation

Tetra Tech supports smallholder farmers to employ advanced analytical tools for improved agricultural planning and crop

Scaling Ground Truth Data Collection, Use, and Sharing to Promote Advanced Crop Analytics

A field technician operating a drone over a landfill

A Higher Level of Data Gathering—Applying Drone Technology to Landfills

Map of the area surrounding a power plant overlaid with GIS data produced by Tetra Tech's geospatial mapping team

Integrated Geospatial Mapping Solutions for Planning, Siting, and Permitting Energy Projects

Residential area flooded by a hurricane

Managing a Federally Funded Rebuilding Program After a Disaster 

Tetra Tech engineers evaluating steps to get a client’s site ready for a beneficial-use project

Maximizing LFG Returns: How to Prepare for a Beneficial-Use Project

Shot of a woman's hand using a tablet in front of a farm

Planting Seeds of Success with Young Women in Science

Women farmers tilling their land for potato crops

Securing Land Rights for Female Farmers in India

Groundwater Reliability Improvement Program Facility in Southern California

Adaptation in the Face of Adversity: The Persistent Trend of Membranes in Water Reuse

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