Increasing access to renewable energy sources and energy efficient practices through project development support, technical assistance, and enabling environment reforms
Latin America and Caribbean
For more than 25 years, Tetra Tech has been actively engaged in diverse government and commercial projects in the Latin American and Caribbean region. Our expert teams work in the water and sanitation, agriculture and economic growth, environment and sustainability, energy, and mining sectors.
Latin America has developed into one of the world's most dynamic economies; yet large segments of the region’s population have not benefitted from this growth. Poverty persists and social wellbeing of indigenous people remains among the lowest in the hemisphere. Home to the vast resources of the Andes and the Amazon, Latin America is rich in biodiversity and vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Given these acute needs and the region’s strategic importance, international development organizations are actively engaged there. Tetra Tech serves as an implementing partner to deliver projects that are helping to improve the quality of life and protect the environment.
Tetra Tech’s commercial and industrial work in the Latin American and Caribbean region spans the agriculture, energy, mining, oil and gas, and transportation sectors. Our teams have provided cutting-edge services for some of today’s most economically important projects—from specialty engineering design for the Panama Canal’s new third set of locks to environmental permitting of off-shore wind energy and underwater gas terminals. Tetra Tech offers services for the complete project life cycle from and maintains registered offices and in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Peru, and Puerto Rico.
- Democratic governance and justice reform in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Energy in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Environmental services in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Mining in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Water in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Agriculture and economic growth
- Democracy and governance
- Environment and natural resources
- Land tenure and property rights
- Water resources and infrastructure
Providing Colombians with long-term alternatives to the production of illicit crops to improve livelihoods
Helping relocated families preserve their culture and sustain their livelihoods in a new community
Fostering decentralization by helping targeted communes improve delivery and financing of public services