Welcome to Wichita
People started calling Wichita a cowtown thanks to its role as a stop for cattle drivers in the mid-1800s. Some even think that the nickname holds true today. We’re betting they’ve never been here. While agriculture remains an important industry across our great state, Wichita has much more to offer: the Wichita Art Museum, Botanica, and the world-class Sedgwick County Zoo, for starters.
Located at the confluence of the Big and Little Arkansas Rivers, Wichita boasts a vibrant industrial and manufacturing industry. Our office was established in 2004 to support a key client with large-scale refinery demolition and remediation work. Today, our team of engineers, geologists, and environmental scientists focuses on environmental investigations, remediation, and site closure services for a range of organizations.
On each project, we design with community in mind. A recent example is the groundwater treatment system building we designed to look like a barn—all the better to blend in with the surrounding countryside.
We love our modern city, and we take pride in its rural roots.