Hydrologic Associates Miami, Orlando, Puerto Rico, Bahamas
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Company Profile

Hydrologic Associates, USA, Inc. was established in 1988 in response to a growing need for hydrologic and hydrogeologic data collection, data analysis, and interpretation, contamination assessment, assistance in land use planning, and technical consultation on environmental issues.

Our staff of seven full time and two part time professionals, including two registered professional geologists and two registered professional engineers, have accumulated over 150 years of experience derived from various scientific investigations assessing the hydrologic and geologic characteristics of Florida and the Caribbean.

Our offices in Miami, Florida, Orlando, Florida, San Juan, Puerto Rico and Nassau Bahamas are located to serve the Southeastern United States, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. The staff of Hydrologic Associates, USA, Inc. has the capability of providing a wide range of services to governmental agencies, universities and private industry.

HAI currently maintains the following licenses:

State of Florida Registration

  • Licensed Geologic consulting firm
    Lic. #GB69
  • Licensed Engineering consulting firm
    Lic. #EB6851
  • Licensed Water Well Contractor
    Lic. #2928 (SFWMD)
  • Licensed Pollutant Storage System Contractor (PSSC)
    Lic. # PCC050784

HAI currently maintains insurance with the following limits:

  • Commercial and Professional Liability for $2,000,000.00
  • Collision Liability for $1,000,000.00
  • Workers Compensation and Employer Liability $500,000
  • Equip Floater for $523,248

Services Provided

  • Contamination Assessments and Remedial Actions
  • Environmental Impact Statements and Permitting
  • Phase I and II Environmental Assessments and Audits
  • Aquifer Remediation and Restoration
  • Effects of Water Management Practices
  • Quantitative Groundwater Investigations and Modeling
  • Quantitative Surface Water Investigations and Modeling
  • Wellfield Monitoring / Modeling/Potentiometric Mapping
  • Water Supply Development and permitting
  • Landfill Hydrology / Monitoring
  • Saltwater Intrusion Monitoring
  • Florida DEP Reasonable Assurance Report (RAR) for Class V - Stormwater Injection Wells
  • Hydrologic Data Collection and Computation (water levels, discharge and ratings, rainfall, tidal studies)
  • Development of Specialized Hydrologic Instrumentation
  • Geologic Logging, Microscopic Analysis of Geologic Samples, Geologic Mapping
  • Technical Report Writing and Review
  • Well Drilling and Hydrogeologic Testing
  • Expert Witness
    • Water Management Effects (land condemnation)
    • Contamination Assessments