Skelly and Loy routinely utilizes analytical and numerical modeling methods as a key component of hydrogeologic investigations to quantify impacts from mining, contaminant remediation, and groundwater dewatering systems. Typical modeling projects involve the evaluation of aquifer hydraulic properties (aquifer testing), defining hydrogeologic and surface watershed boundaries, evaluating watershed runoff factors, compiling precipitation records, accounting for water withdrawals by various users, reviewing stream flow data, and analyzing supply/monitoring well records. Models provide the ability to simulate various real and abstract scenarios for making local or regional water resource decisions and developing long-term water management plans to satisfy regulatory criteria.
Our qualified staff of licensed hydrogeologists provides a full-range of professional services related to groundwater modeling and aquifer characterization that include the following.
Allow our knowledgeable and expert staff to assist you by providing timely, cost-effective, results-driven solutions to meet the priorities and business goals of your next groundwater modeling project.
Preliminary Hydrogeologic Studies
Well Field Management and Rehabilitation Services