October 9, 2013

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Geosyntec Consultants Opens Office in New York City

ATLANTA and NEW YORK CITY — Geosyntec Consultants today announces the opening of its first office in New York City at 112 West 34th Street. Geosyntec Associate Philip Reidy, P.E., will be the lead practitioner at the new location.

"Our presence in New York City will provide our clients with enhanced access to water resources practitioners and environmental and geotechnical consultants working on projects throughout the region," Reidy said.

Geosyntec practitioners currently have multiple projects under way for clients with operations in the city and at a number of locations throughout New York and New Jersey. Geosyntec projects in the region have addressed issues related to recreational facility infrastructure development, stormwater management, groundwater remediation, municipal solid waste management, subsurface vapor intrusion to indoor air, and the assessment and remediation of impacted sediments.

Mr. Reidy offers clients more than 25 years of geotechnical and stormwater management experience. He is an industry leader in the design and construction of innovative rainwater harvesting and stormwater management systems. He directs the design and implementation of integrated harvesting and stormwater management systems for a number of municipal and private clients in New York, including the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and the New York City Department of Environmental Protection.

"Opening an office in New York City maximizes the ability of Geosyntec practitioners to work directly with our clients based in the city, and it also gives our team a dedicated base of operations in one of the world's leading commercial and financial centers," Reidy said.