Combining industry-leading technologies and in-depth operational knowledge to solve the world’s most challenging problems
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Tetra Tech’s 20,000 employees around the world positively impact our planet through their work on our projects and in our communities. Through our 2020 photo contest, our employees showcased our best projects, smartest technologies, office life, and the dedicated individuals who give back to the community.
Transitioning from gas-powered to electrified building systems
Brian Goldcrump has more than 10 years of experience in building design and energy modeling and leads the Tetra Tech High Performance Building Group’s building energy modeling teams in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. Brian works with clients in the early design phases to understand and advise on energy system options and the best paths for each project. He is particularly interested in post-occupancy building performance, helping owners understand that performance, and ensuring the building is performing as expected.
Leveraging GIS and airborne remote sensing expertise for collaborative data sharing
MAPPS honored Tetra Tech at their 2020 Geospatial Excellence Awards with an award in the GIS/IT/Remote Sensing Analysis category for our work on the Sunoco Pennsylvania Pipeline Project, also known as the Mariner East 2 Pipeline project.
Closing the gap between emergency practitioners and federal funding programs to improve mitigation, post-event recovery, and community resilience
Christina Hendrick is Tetra Tech’s deputy director of post-disaster programs. She joined our Disaster Recovery Group in Houston, Texas, just after Hurricane Harvey struck in 2017. Christina manages our most critical public assistance recovery projects throughout seven Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) regions, as well as multiple COVID-19 recovery projects using public assistance; Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act; and other grant funding sources. She is a seasoned grant manager with nearly 15 years of experience and has overseen FEMA and U.S.
Partnering with Water.org to bring safe and clean water to families in the Philippines
Each year Tetra Tech partners with a charity organization to support communities in need around the world. At our virtual all-company meeting, we were pleased to announce our partnership with Water.org that is dedicated to changing lives with access to clean water. Water.org, an international nonprofit organization founded by Matt Damon and Gary White in 2009, has positively transformed millions of lives around the world with access to safe water and sanitation.
Implementing federally funded disaster recovery projects to help build back resilient communities
Brenna Minor is a program manager with Tetra Tech’s Disaster Recovery group, specializing in implementing federally funded disaster recovery projects. Brenna currently works with the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on COVID-19 recovery programs through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and other Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds. She also is developing the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)-Mitigation Action Plan for the U.S.
Using the latest technologies and advanced analytics to make infrastructure, ecosystems, and communities healthier and more sustainable
As the old saying goes, if you don’t have your health, you don’t have anything. At Tetra Tech, we use our Leading with Science® approach every day to support healthy people, healthy communities, and healthy environments. Using the latest technologies and advanced analytics, our technical specialists are helping to make buildings and infrastructure smarter, ecosystems more functional and resilient, and our complex world a little safer, healthier, and more sustainable.
Mitigating the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 with MEP design
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, our High Performance Buildings Group has conducted research into the role that mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) design can play in mitigating the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 in the built environment.