Environmental Engineering San Francisco Bay Area

Geo Forward is a full-service environmental firm in the City of San Francisco, California. In fact, the Bay Area team comprises industry experts in commercial and multi-family residential developments. This group comprises a team of project managers, geologists, and engineers. And each member specializes in soil and groundwater contamination, as well as soil-gas intrusion and human health risk assessment. Additionally, our senior geologists are knowledgeable about environmental due process and regulatory case management. Updated March 26, 2021.

Geo Forward in San Francisco

Typical services include Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments, Phase 2 Subsurface Investigations, and contamination cleanup. And our construction managers are masters of earthwork and grading projects. Moreover, the San Francisco team provides property condition assessmentsgeotechnical investigations, geological surveys, and excavation and grading services. And we also have support offices in Los Angeles, California, and Houston, Texas.

San Francisco Bay Area, California Office Location: 

Environmental Engineering San Francisco Office: 
75 Broadway, Suite 202
San Francisco, California 94111

Environmental Engineering San Francisco Projects: 

The Geo Forward team has a professional objective to provide quality geological and environmental engineering services, with a forward-thinking strategy. This is to satisfy all members of private sector entities, as well as the public works agencies. The forward-thinking approach honors the needs of Clients and satisfies the various Bay Area environmental regulatory agencies. For instance, the San Francisco Regional Water Quality Control Board (SF-RWQCB), or the Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC). Moreover, our strategy emphasizes project budget, schedule, and overall public health.

The Geo Forward team includes professional geologists, engineers, and contractors with experience in engineering geology, environmental engineering, water resources, and earthwork construction.

Property Condition Assessment Report San Francisco Bay Area

A Property Condition Assessment (PCA) is a construction and structural engineering service that evaluates the state of commercial and multi-family properties. The Geo Forward team comprises proficient engineers and certified building contractors who excel in structural design theory, strictly adhering to the California building code. Additionally, San Francisco Bay Area PCA reports conform to the ASTM E2018 standards as well as international building codes. For more information about PCA methods, scopes, and technicalities, please refer to the Geo Forward National Property Condition Report page.

San Francisco Bay Area Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

Performing a Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) in the San Francisco Bay Area entails a thorough analysis of the environmental past, as well as any current RECs. This is a commercial real estate due diligence service that actively evaluates possibilities of contamination and environmental risk. A scrupulous examination of historical documents, performing a physical inspection, and conducting interviews, are the main pillars of this assessment. A Phase 1 ESA assists property owners and developers in arriving at well-informed judgments before acquisition or development. For more detailed information, please refer to the Geo Forward National Phase I Environmental page.

Other Environmental Efforts

Our company and its partners are highly conscious of the subject of global environmental protection. In fact, the executive team aims to launch a charity program in the year 2020, to assist with the global effort to clean up ocean pollution. With an emphasis on PCB contamination in the body of orca whales, Geo Forward is hoping to help solve the problem of toxic chemical build-up within the apex predator mammals of our marine ecosystems. The cause aims to restore the declining population of pilot whales, orcas, pseudo killer whales, blue and gray whales, dolphins, and other oceanic mammals.

As of now, preliminary solutions are conceptual and relate mostly to wastewater and runoff-water treatment. However, improved stormwater management and treatment systems within industrial parks, as well as coastal dredging facilities are also undergoing planning.