Tetra Tech realizes the importance of conserving and restoring our natural resources for a life that can be enjoyed for generations to come. Our scientists and engineers assess the impacts of human activities on the natural environment, providing solutions that are both feasible for our clients and sustainable for our future.


  • Biological, cultural, and natural resources management
  • Environmental Impact Statements (EISs)
  • Environmental Assessments (EAs)
  • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance
  • Wetlands assessments
  • Conservation and planning
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and remote sensing
  • Threatened and endangered species surveys
  • Pollution prevention and recycling
  • Solid waste recovery
  • Air quality monitoring and compliance
  • Underground and aboveground storage tank services
  • Environmental and ecological risk assessments


Engineering News-Record magazine ranks Tetra Tech #1 in Environmental Management and Environmental Science.

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A woman shows her bio-briquettes after a briquette production training in India.

Partnership for Land Use Science, India

Helping manage forests to meet growing mineral and fuel needs to maintain a thriving, sustainable economy

Kazakhstan Climate Change Mitigation Program

USAID Kazakhstan Climate Change Mitigation Program

Helping the government and business community of Kazakhstan become more energy-efficient

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

Chesapeake Bay Watershed Management Support

U.S. EPA Chesapeake Bay Watershed Management Support

Providing technical and programmatic watershed planning and TMDL development support to EPA and the Chesapeake Bay Program Office

Deepwater Wind Block Island

Deepwater Wind Block Island Wind Farm and Sea2Shore Cable: The Renewable Link

Providing siting, permitting, environmental evaluation, and construction compliance support for the first U.S. offshore wind farm off of Rhode Island