Kleinfelder- Bridgeport


1368 Anmoore Rd, Suite 103, Bridgeport, WV 26330 • 304-933-3345

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Kleinfelder, Inc. offers consulting in architecture, civil and structural engineering, construction management, environmental analysis and remediation, and natural resource management. It offers architecture, materials management, and urban planning and landscape design services; environmental sciences and engineering services that include chemical data management, environmental due diligence, environmental remediation, environmental site characterization, and hydrogeology; process engineering services; and infrastructure and engineering risk, and risk assessment and toxicology services. The company also provides construction observation and inspection, laboratory testing, and materials and forensic engineering, air quality, and regulatory compliance services; construction management, design-build, project controls, and public and community relations services; and asset management, BIM and 3D visualization, environmental planning and permitting, and geographic information systems. In addition, it offers stormwater management, surface water planning and analysis, wastewater collection and treatment, and water supply and resources; and design engineering services that include bridge and civil engineering, electrical transmission and distribution, pavement and structural engineering, and pipeline engineering and integrity management. Further, the company provides geotechnical and geologic engineering services that include earthquake and seismic design, engineering geology, foundation design, geotechnical engineering, retaining walls, rock engineering, trenchless technology, and tunnel engineering. It serves clients in oil and gas, and power markets; commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities; government sector; transportation; and water.

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