Numerical groundwater modeling
Groundwater modeling is a useful tool that can provide insight into impacts associated with a planned stress to a groundwater system. Numerical groundwater models can be applied to a variety of applications, including construction-dewatering projects; mining-related groundwater and surface water impact assessments; mine reclamation pit-filling evaluations; supply well impact assessments for industrial, municipal and community residential wells; shallow groundwater drain-design projects; stream-reconfiguration evaluations and groundwater mounding assessments.
Supply well feasibility assessments
Understanding the hydrogeologic environment, well yield potential, contaminant risks and permitting requirements is a critical preliminary step toward achieving a successful and cost-effective well installation project. Findings from these evaluations provide the client with information that can be used during the planning phase of a project to identify an aquifer target, create a preliminary well design and generate budgetary costs for well installation and testing.