Data Management, Visualization, and Analysis

Today's projects involving the natural and engineered environment require the collection, verification, validation, organization, visualization, and analysis of large sets of data from diverse sources. Our professionals develop systems that analyze disparate data in a common context and transform that data into actionable information. By providing a bridge to access and understand the conditions observed and aid decision makers, regulators, interested stakeholders, and the general public, we can generate a common understanding of complex site conditions and develop the methods to address them.

Practice Specialties

Geosyntec provides data management, analysis, and visualization services for a broad range of project applications, including:

  • Environmental site assessment and remediation;
  • Stormwater management;
  • Risk assessment;
  • Permitting and compliance;
  • Waste disposal;
  • Construction quality control;
  • Pipeline installation and monitoring;
  • Sediment investigation and remediation;
  • Disaster loss estimation; and
  • Litigation support.

Many of our specialists in data management and analysis are also subject matter experts in scientific and engineering disciplines who routinely resolve technical issues confronting project proponents. We have concluded that data management work products developed by our professionals with expertise in environmental science and engineering, including geotechnical instrumentation, vapor intrusion investigations, groundwater flow, and contaminant fate and transport modeling, produce defensible analyses that are valued by our clients as they bring a practitioner's understanding of a project’s overall objectives. The combination of our extensive project implementation experience and our data management technology expertise allows our team to craft a cost-effective, quality data management solution for the full life of the project.

Our data management professionals specialize in application development, data visualization, and statistical analysis using a range of technologies, including:

  • Desktop and enterprise relational database design and development;
  • Desktop, web, and mobile Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for organizing, visualizing, and analyzing geospatial data; and
  • Two-, three-, and four-dimensional data modeling and visualization software.

We apply these technologies and expertise in several services, including:

  • Real-time data visualization and analysis;
  • Electronic field data collection;
  • Web and mobile dashboard design;
  • Data management workflow review and auditing; and
  • Automated data quality screening and interaction with data validation.

Advancing the State of the Practice

Our database management specialists collaborate with specialists in other disciplines to develop new applications that provide our clients with greater insight into their data. Our interdisciplinary approach allows site owners with soil and groundwater remediation issues, attorneys with extensive document review requirements, and contractors with rigid quality reporting obligations to optimize their geocoded data.

We frequently provide training to our clients and advance the industry at large through seminars and short courses. Our specialists have authored multiple technical papers illustrating the integration of data management technology with scientific and engineering applications and our practitioners routinely present case studies at technical conferences and industry meetings as well as provide auditing services for our customers’ data management workflows.

Geosyntec developed the Tracker ™ family of construction data management tools, including WallTracker ™ and GroutTracker ™. These tools have been successfully deployed to support infrastructure improvement projects such as the Herbert Hoover Dike Rehabilitation and the Center Hill Dam and Wolf Creek Dam repairs. The Wolf Creek Information Management System won the 2013 Innovation Award from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Lead Consultants

  • Jeffrey Ahrens, P.E.
    Jeffrey Ahrens is a Principal Environmental Engineer based in North Carolina with more than 15 years of experience focused on environmental assessments; remedial system design and optimization; ass ...
  • Peter de Haven, P.E.
    Peter de Haven is a Senior Principal Engineer based in North Carolina with 20 years of experience focused on site characterization, data management and analysis, numerical modeling, and both the co ...
  • John Gallinatti, CHG
    John Gallinatti is a Senior Principal Hydrogeologist based in California with more than 25 years of experience focused on quantitative hydrogeology, including groundwater modeling, environmental fa ...
  • Brian Hitchens, P.G., CHG
    Brian R. Hitchens is a Senior Principal Hydrogeologist based in California with more than 15 years of experience focused on the evaluation and improvement of groundwater and surface water impacted ...
  • Gary Wealthall, Ph.D.
    Gary Wealthall is a Senior Principal Consultant based in United Kingdom with more than 25 years of experience focused on contaminant hydrogeology research and practice. He advises regulatory author ...
  • Jamey Rosen, P.Geo.
    Jamey Rosen is a Senior Principal Geoscientist based in Ontario with more than 20 years of experience focused on Geospatial Information Management System design and development. Jamey has built sys ...
  • Dan Heidenreich, CPG
    Dan Heidenreich is a Senior Consultant Geologist based in Colorado with more than 20 years of experience focused on GIS data management and mapping. He also conducts 3D site visualizations, subsurf ...
Geosyntec Consultants
Geosyntec is a consulting and engineering firm that works with private and public sector clients to address new ventures and complex problems involving our environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure.

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