The assessment of groundwater flow is never as simple as it seems. There are always unique challenges to finding a reliable way to model and predict the movement of contamination through the subsurface. Much like predicting the weather, the assessment of groundwater flow requires many assumptions, and there are always surprises.
Previous models have included a groundwater plant in Springfield, Ohio, a former gas station in Georgia, and the influence of tides in the Miami Beach area. The preferred program used is Groundwater Modeling System (GMS), which provides a quality model based on site-specific data, including GPS coordinates, surface and groundwater elevation data, surface water elevations, rainfall, and any other features that make your site unique. ReDevelopInc. welcomes the challenges that your site may have to offer.