November 22, 2021

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Geosyntec's Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Office Continues to Grow Capabilities

Since the establishment of Geosyntec's Pittsburgh Office in 2012, the office has grown to 22 professionals who provide a broad range of expert services to our clients in the area, across the U.S., and worldwide.

Our staff includes geologists; environmental scientists; civil, chemical, environmental, mechanical engineers; and CADD designers. The Pittsburgh Office provides the following services to our government and private sector clients:

  • Remedial Investigations
  • Remedial Design
  • Permitting
  • Wetlands Delineation
  • Demolition Support
  • Due Diligence
  • Litigation Support
  • Sustainability
  • Industrial, Remedial, Municipal Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater Conveyance and Treatment
  • Detailed Engineering Design Center

 Our goal is to continue to grow our process engineering services to multiple market sectors and clients with our clean and wastewater services and our strong culture of collaboration. Geosyntec provides its clients superior value, innovation, and service through each stage of a project's life cycle by bringing in our staff's vast and diverse experience together with a team approach to allow for implementing large complex projects.

Geosyntec strives to provide the highest quality designs and unique solutions to our client's biggest and toughest challenges. A major key to this success is using the right tool for the job. For instance, our Process Engineering and Design team utilizes the latest three-dimensional modeling software to aid in these designs. There are several benefits of developing system designs from the ground up in three dimensions versus the traditional two-dimensional designs. These benefits range from the added value of seeing the design in true scaled three-dimensional views to confirmation of fitment and equipment access to presentation material preparation. Efficiency of design, as well as quicker and more streamlined revisions, are additional benefits of design by 3D modeling.

A common issue with traditional two-dimensional design practices is conveying ideas and concepts from one design discipline to another. Not everyone is able to visualize equipment, specifically piping routings, in three-dimensional space by reviewing two-dimensional design drawings. Often communication errors occur when separate parties interpret a drawing or drawing view in different ways. Completing designs for complex (and not-so-complex) systems in three dimensions makes it easier to interpret the information shown and understand concepts presented in the design. Design by 3D modeling has been shown to streamline the design phase of projects as well as reduce errors during the construction and commissioning phases of these large projects by providing a more clear and concise explanation of the design.

More Information

Learn more about Geosyntec Consultants at: www.Geosyntec.com. For consultation regarding design engineering, contact Mike Hayes, P.E. at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Brian DiGirolamo, P.E. at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..