From Planning and Design to Field and Construction Services

Our diverse team of engineers, designers, scientists and construction experts work to complete projects for the benefit of people and communities. Collectively, we have a reputation of solving problems and helping our clients achieve positive results and responsible environmental stewardship. 

We work with clients to address specific project goals and incorporate our multidisciplinary strengths to develop innovative approaches. We have completed numerous projects for public sector clients such as major utilities, municipalities, municipal water and sewer districts—including those who serve large metropolitan areas—and many private-sector clients.

 


Our Services

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Calibration Testing

Experienced with the methods used in national and international test codes for a wide range of flow meters and fluids handling equipment.

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Coastal Engineering

Anticipating shoreline response and preparing our infrastructure for changing sea levels and the consequences for coastal development and natural resources.

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Construction Services

Testing, review, CQA consulting, and construction administration services.

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Dam Safety Services

Supporting dam owners and engineering firms with hydraulic and structural expertise.

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Gas Flow Systems Modeling & Design

Engineering design, investigation, and modeling of systems to address operational and flow related concerns.

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Geotechnical Engineering

Integrating the challenges of complex geology and existing site features into the design and construction.

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Hydraulic Modeling & Consulting

Improving operating efficiency and extending equipment life.

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Hydraulic Structure Engineering Design

Expertise From Conceptual Design Through Final Design and Construction.

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Hydropower Field Services

Site specific evaluations and measurements to support a range of operations, licensing, relicensing, and migration for small independent power producers to large utilities.

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Laboratory Testing

Combining a full range of testing equipment with isolated and conditioned environments required for precise test protocols.

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Landscape Architecture

A combination of art and science which integrates site development into the built and natural environment emphasizing aesthetics, function, quality of life, economics and sustainability.

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Municipal Planning and Plan Review

Reviewing projects for compliance with local municipal codes and ordinances and State and Federal regulations

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Process Engineering

Design, Optimize, and Troubleshoot Flow-Related Products and Processes.

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Site Engineering

Creating functional, cost-effectiveness, constructible and aesthetic designs for all types of sites.

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Solid and Hazardous Waste Design

Design, permitting and specialized third party construction QA services for waste management facility owners related to municipal, residual, construction / demolition and hazardous waste management facilities.

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Stormwater Management

Design flow solutions to combat stormwater flow that sweeps up pollutants such as oils, chemicals, sediments, pathogens and trash.

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Stormwater Protocols Product Testing & Verification

Laboratory Stormwater Protocol Compliance and Verification Testing for BMP Manufacturers.

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Structural Design

Broad range of services including systems and components in structural steel, concrete, masonry, timber, composites, and cold-form framing.

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Survey

ALTA/NSPS Surveys, Boundary Surveys, Topographic Survey, FEMA Surveys, Aerial Control, Construction Stakeout, As-Built Surveys, Bathymetric Surveys, and more.

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Transportation Civil Design

Offering a wide array of bridge, roadway, and traffic engineering services for state and local government and private-sector clients.

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Water & Wastewater Design

Assuring the supply of safe, clean drinking water and the effective cleaning and disposal of wastewater.

Recent Projects

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The Master Plan for the Lower Schuylkill River District is a blueprint for sustainable redevelopment of the industrial corridor along the east and west banks of the Lower Schuylkill River in Philadelphia. This public-private initiative was led by the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC), the Philadelphia City Planning Commission and the City of Philadelphia Department of Commerce, with funding from the William Penn Foundation, the City of Philadelphia, and EPA Brownfield Grants.

“Bartram’s Mile,” a keystone of the Master Plan, is one mile of river frontage along the western banks of the Tidal Schuylkill between Grays Ferry Avenue and 58th Street. This portion of the Schuylkill River was cut off from public access for decades, thus representing an opportunity to not only link to Bartram’s Garden, the Schuylkill River Trail, and the 58th Street Greenway, but also add two new parks to be community assets for years to come.

Verdantas was the lead environmental consultant to the PIDC and Philadelphia Parks and Recreation in support of the Master Plan; specifically, the remedial design and cleanup oversight of two targeted Brownfield properties that flank Bartram’s Gardens to the north and south. These EPA Brownfield sites, Bartram North and Bartram South, are former bulk oil terminals that received product by barge and rail and stored millions of gallons of oil on-site. Soils and groundwater at these sites were significantly impacted by petroleum. With Verdantas' oversight, both sites have since received Act 2 liability protection for environmental conditions. In addition to environmental consulting services, Verdantas provided geotechnical, structural, and civil engineering services in connection with stormwater management, the assessment of the structural stability of an on-site dock, construction of a shade structure at Bartram South, and a FEMA floodplain analysis. Bartram’s Mile opened in April 2017 providing the community a space for walking, biking, running and bird watching.

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Environmental Assessment & Remediation | Civil Infrastructure
Bartram’s Mile

Environmental, geotechnical, structural and civil engineering for Bartram's Mile.

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As a part of its water and wastewater infrastructure asset management program (AMP), The Town of Millsboro converted decades of paper based utility maps and data into digital datasets using GIS technology. Digital infrastructure data was then overlaid with other pertinent datasets, enabling the use of spatial analysis techniques for the development of probability of failure, consequence of failure and risk assessment models. The AMP incorporates these models as tools to help prioritize funding needs. Water and wastewater maps are available from cloud based data services allowing for data viewing and editing on both desktop and mobile devices.

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Applied Data & Technology | Civil Infrastructure
Millsboro Asset Management Plan

Developed an Asset Management Plan for Millsboro's water and wastewater system assets.

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Verdantas performed construction review services for the newly constructed Museum of the American Revolution in Old City Philadelphia, two blocks away from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. The museum took two years to construct and opened in April 2017. One of the interesting parts of this project was an archeological excavation which was performed during the basement excavation. The National Parks building, which was removed to clear the site for the museum construction, had been built over the old houses which dated to the 1700’s. As part of the excavation for the new foundations which extended to as much as 20 feet below the streets, archeologists exposed the old structures and removed artifacts for months before foundations were constructed.

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Civil Infrastructure
Museum of the American Revolution

Construction review services for the newly constructed Museum of the American Revolution in Old City Philadelphia.

  • Since 2016, the Verdantas Team has consistently provided thorough, accurate, and timely plan reviews despite the pressures of fast-paced development in the community.

    Town Engineer Local Municipality, Delaware

  • Our municipality has utilized Verdantas as a consultant for capital projects involving the repair and replacement of its aging water and sewer infrastructure. They have provided initial engineering, design and construction management. The accuracy and thoroughness of their plans has resulted in capital projects that have consistently finished on time and within budget without unexpected change orders.

    Town Engineer Local Municipality, Delaware


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