Sustainable   design   considers   Natural   Regrade   that   combines   natural   geomorphic   landforms stability    with    runoff    and    stream    form    that    produces    a    long-term    slope    and    water management   systems   consistent   with   natural   topography,   water   conveyance,   and   erosion control.
Our   approach   optimizes   system   components   that   are   relevant   to   the   owner's   final   land   use. Integrating   soil   removal   and   treatment   with   site   infrastructure   protects   the   remedy   and   allows additional land uses within these containment systems, including property redevelopment.
GeoTek   has   provide   engineering   analysis,   design,   and   construction   oversight   for   stream   and river   restoration   projects   throughout   the   expanded   Pacific   Northwest.   Our   projects   have included   CERCLA   sites,   Wildlife   Management   Areas,   public   lands,   and   private   property.   We have   worked   closely   with   fish   biologist,   wetland   specialists,   geomorphologists,   regulators,   and owners to provide a complete, naturally function hydrologic system. .
Wilderness Area Records Review Wildlife Area Records Review Threatened or Endangered Records Review Proposed Threatened or Endangered Records Review Historic Districts, Buildings, Sites, Structures, or Objects Records Review Native American Religious Sites Flood Plains Records   Review   Proposed   Construction   Activity   and   its   impact   on surface features Zoning & Lighting Radio Frequency Radiation