Population growth and climate change are placing an emphasis in California on groundwater development. Our engineers and hydrogeologists help cities, water agencies, and private landowners develop methods for effective use of groundwater supplies.
Breadth of Basin Expertise
We understand and have worked in most of California’s 10 major groundwater basins. We assess basins on a regional level to enable analysis of potential impacts from multiple projects, and we synthesize data into practical, accurate models to allow for flexible basin management. On a project level, we identify potential environmental constraints, including water resources, topography, habitat, and pipeline interconnection early so you can develop dependable site plans and permitting strategies.
Groundwater Quality Assessment
Our team also supervises drilling operations in alluvial and fractured rock basins and constructs high-yielding wells in all types of formations. We assess groundwater quality conditions and anticipate potential concerns prior to drilling or initiation of a project. This comprehensive approach to basin management maintains project momentum and avoids unnecessary time and cost.
What We Do
Our multidisciplinary in-house specialties allow us to provide efficiencies that maintain project momentum.
- Groundwater Sustainability Planning
- Litigation and Forensic Support
- Site Assessment and Remediation
- Groundwater Contamination Investigation and Characterization
- Impact and Mitigation Analysis
- Monitoring and Sampling
- Recharge Basin Design
- Resource Evaluation
- Urban Water Management Plans
- Water Modeling and Forecasting
- Water Supply Assessments
- Well Design And Rehabilitation
- Well Site Evaluation and Inspection
BayWa Renewable Energy Jacumba Solar Farm
To help achieve state renewable energy targets and increase electricity reliability, BayWa Renewable Energy proposed to construct and operate a 20-megawatt solar farm in southern San Diego County.
Tejon Mountain Village Planned Development
Tejon Mountain Village is a proposed 5,082-acre master-planned residential, commercial, and recreational development within 270,000 acres.