Geoenvironmental engineering is a broad one covering the contributions that geotechnical engineers, environmental engineers, hydrogeologists, earth scientists, geochemists, water engineers, biologists, and ecologists, amongst others, make to environmental management, site characterization, environmental risk assessment, waste disposal, soil and groundwater remediation, habitat protection and environmental rehabilitation. Geoenvironmental engineering in F&M Ingegneria deals with site characterization, brownfield redevelopment, soil and ground water remediation, landfills, waste infrastructures, waste water treatments and waste to energy technologies.
In F&M, geoenvironmental engineering is a forward looking discipline interfacing with areas traditionally within civil engineering, geotechnincs and hydraulics. The solution of environmental challenges related to human interaction with soil, groundwater and surface water often requires a broad range of knowledge and expertise. We provide geoenvironmental consultancy services to our national and international clients, and our services have been used by a number of local authorities and government organizations, private developers, general contractors, as well as large industrial clients. Trough targeted site investigation and risk assessment, working in conjunction with the project team, we can deliver an integrated environmental strategy and we can identify and advise project team on the key issues to the project development through a risk-based integrated engineering strategy by balancing between environmental legislation, design intent, cost implication and reliability.
Brownfield development | Landfill planning, design and rehabilitation | Waste infrastructures planning and design | Waste to energy technologies | Ground water decontamination | Waste water treatment