Providing excellent service and smart solutions for projects around the world for the past 50 years
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As Tetra Tech celebrates its 50th Anniversary, the company recognizes the hard work and dedication of all of its talented employees, past and present. Our people have always been our number one asset.
Operating from 400 offices around the world, Tetra Tech’s 16,000 employees have the local knowledge and global resources to provide our clients with cost-effective, innovative solutions for the most challenging projects. From Uganda to China to Virginia to our corporate office in Pasadena, California, our employees got together for group photos to celebrate our Tetra Tech family.
Commemorating 50 years of leadership in engineering and consulting services
To commemorate its 50th Anniversary on July 28, 2016, Tetra Tech has released a booklet that chronicles the company’s growth and celebrates its legacy of excellence.
The company’s guiding principles of commitment to innovation, collaboration, and technical excellence weave through the company’s history—from its original four founders to the large, 16,000-person company of today.
Celebrating our rich history by exploring how our founders came up with the name Tetra Tech
Tetra Tech’s name has withstood the test of time. However, you may have wondered about the derivation of our name. Here’s a little history lesson in the etymology of Tetra Tech.
Tetra is the Greek word for the number four, representing the company’s four founders: Nicholas Boratynski, Henri Hodara, Bernard LeMéhauté, and Don Stern. Each founder was a well-known expert in one of the firm’s four core technical disciplines—coastal engineering, research and development, geophysics, and systems analysis.
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