Established in 1992, the Salt Lake City office is home to a diverse staff. The city itself provides easy access to outdoor activities, such as hiking, skiing, snowboarding, and mountain biking, as well as a thriving arts and culture scene.
Our team primarily supports the mining, oil and gas, transmission, and state and local government industries. We provide an array of services, including cultural resources surveys, paleontology surveys, NEPA support, water quality, environmental compliance monitoring, and feasibility planning.
Anne Oliver | Vice President, Great Basin/Pacific Northwest
What's Happening In Salt Lake City
The Wire, Volume 17, No. 3
Reviving the Jordan: How One Map is Changing the Story for Utah's Jordan River
For years it was nicknamed “the invisible river.” At best, the Jordan River was known as being neglected, its banks overgrown, its water polluted. At worst, it had a reputation for being a place no one wanted to touch – a river full of old shopping carts, trash, wastewater, and the occasional car or even dead body.
The Wire, Volume 17, No. 2
From Silver to Snow: Preserving Park City's Mountain Treasures
Long before it was a world-class ski town, Olympic Games venue, or host of the Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah, was one of the richest silver mining centers in the world.
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