Tetra Tech Wins Climate Change Business Journal and Environmental Business Journal Awards
Climate Change Business Journal (CCBJ) and Environmental Business Journal (EBJ) recognized Tetra Tech with two business achievement awards at the Environmental Industry Summit XVII in San Diego, California, on March 20, 2019. Tetra Tech won the CCBJ Business Achievement Award for Consulting & Engineering Practice in the Offshore Wind category and the EBJ Business Achievement Silver Award for Large Firms.
CCBJ recognized Tetra Tech for its continued work to advance offshore wind energy in the United States. Our teams supported permitting activities for five offshore wind projects located on the outer continental shelf of the eastern United States. Tetra Tech designed and executed environmental surveys and assessments as part of the siting and permitting requirements for these projects, which are anticipated to supply gigawatts of clean, sustainable power to Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and Virginia.
Our teams provided technical support for the first offshore wind farm in the United States and have continued supporting 11 of the 16 offshore wind projects proposed for development in the East Coast—totaling more than a million acres. Tetra Tech is proud to continue supporting renewable energy development. Learn more about our work in offshore wind energy:
- Virginia Offshore Wind Technology Advancement Project
- Deepwater Wind Block Island Wind Farm and Sea2Shore Cable: The Renewable Link
Tetra Tech received the EBJ Silver Award for Large Firms for its broad-based growth and achievement of all-time highs in revenue, net revenue, operating income, and earnings per share in fiscal year 2018. The firm also expanded its innovative offerings to address sustainability and resiliency through acquisitions that provide high-end, technically differentiated solutions in high performance building design, environmental services and renewable energy, aviation technology solutions, and coastal resiliency and waterfront planning.