Tetra Tech Is #1 in Water for 19 Years

Naming Tetra Tech #1 in Water and recognizing the company as a leader in other 2022 Design Firms rankings

Tetra Tech is Leading with Science® to deliver innovative solutions for its clients’ most challenging water problems around the world. In 2022 Engineering News-Record (ENR) ranked Tetra Tech #1 in Water in its “Top 500 Design Firms” issue for the 19th year in a row. Tetra Tech also maintained the #4 spot out of 500 firms in the 2022 Design Firms list.

Tetra Tech Releases Our 2022 Sustainability Report and 2030 Goals

Sharing our achievements and progress toward meeting our environmental, social, and governance goals for 2030

Tetra Tech has made substantial progress toward our goal of improving the lives of 1 billion people by 2030, reporting a baseline of 411 million lives improved around the world.

Tetra Tech’s 2022 Sustainability Report, released on Earth Day, reaffirms our commitment to creating more resilient and sustainable communities. The report includes new baseline sustainability metrics for 2021, interim targets for 2025, and goals for 2030.

Dharshan Kesavanathan, Project Manager of the Month, on Creating Sustainable Water Supplies for First Nations Communities

Congratulating Project Manager of the Month for December 2021, Dharshan Kesavanathan

Tetra Tech CEO Dan Batrack created our Project Manager (PM) of the Month award to honor PMs who demonstrate excellence in supporting our clients and perform projects to the highest standards of quality and fiscal discipline.

Tetra Tech's David Burnham Discusses Using No/Low Code Development Platforms to Redevelop Federal IT Applications

Using a new visual development platform for business process modernization and cloud migration

David Burnham is a lead architect for Tetra Tech’s Federal Information Technology (IT) group in Arlington, Virginia. Throughout his career, he has been a chief technologist, implementing new software tools and methodologies in complex mission environments. He has more than 30 years of experience developing applications critical to operational portfolios for various organizations. David has succeeded in startups, Fortune 500 companies, and state and federal government offices and environments.

Tetra Tech's Staci Atwater Discusses the Role Adaptability Plays in Designing More Equitable Spaces

Designing adaptable built environments to make them more equitable and satisfying places to live, work, and play in

Staci Atwater is a project manager and professional engineer, and is certified as a WELL Accredited Professional and Living Future Ambassador. She has more than eight years of experience across the commercial, hospitality, and institutional market sectors and has been the project manager and mechanical engineer on multiple large-scale mixed-use projects. Due to her extensive experience, Staci provides thoughtful leadership on projects as well as training for other project managers throughout the Southern California region.

Tetra Tech's Hampton Roads, Virginia, Office Exemplifies the Company's Spirit of Giving

Organizing and volunteering for multiple opportunities to support our environment and the local community

Tetra Tech’s Norfolk office in the Hampton Roads, Virginia, area exemplifies the company’s spirit of giving by organizing and volunteering for multiple opportunities to support our environment and the local community.

The volunteering efforts by employees in the Hampton Roads office help to build a stronger, more vibrant community, honor servicemembers, and build hope and improve the lives of those in need. Here we highlight a few of their many charitable causes.

Aiding our community

Tetra Tech's Krista Dearing Discusses Permitting and Tax Credits for Renewable Energy Projects on U.S. Federal Land

Discussing permitting and tax credits for renewable energy projects on U.S. federal land

Krista Dearing is Tetra Tech’s renewables business development lead for the southwestern United States and has more than 25 years of experience in environmental permitting for power transmission, distribution, and generation projects. Her expertise is in technical understanding of federal, state, and local permitting requirements for large, complex energy projects.

Tetra Tech's Erin Toelke Discusses Challenges, Innovations, and Emerging Technologies for Solar Energy Development

Discussing the challenges, innovations, and emerging technologies for solar projects

In a career spanning 25 years, Erin Toelke is a vice president of energy programs and Tetra Tech’s solar market lead. She is responsible for strategic growth and business development for energy clients across Tetra Tech and serves as an account manager for many developers, independent power producers, and utility clients. She leads teams that provide environmental permitting, engineering, compliance, and liability services to clients in the renewable energy, transmission, and conventional generation sectors.

Tetra Tech's Alicia Oller Discusses the Evolving Trends and Emerging Technologies in Onshore Wind Energy

Discussing the evolving trends and emerging technologies in onshore wind energy development

Alicia Oller is Tetra Tech’s director for onshore wind energy and leads our renewable energy practice across the Pacific Islands.

Tetra Tech's Araí Monteforte Looks at the Transition to Cleaner, More Sustainable Energy Around the World

Addressing climate change with clean energy for clients around the world

Araí Monteforte joined Tetra Tech in 2014 and brings a background in engineering to the energy and international development markets. As the Chief of Party for the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Scaling Up Renewable Energy (SURE) program, she works with USAID partner countries to reinvent national electric grids and develop the policies and institutional, regulatory, and technical solutions needed to provide sustainable, reliable electricity for future generations.


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