TerraFirma Earth Technologies Expands Operations

TerraFirma Earth Technologies Expands Operations
Citing steady growth, Houston-based TerraFirma Earth Technologies has moved its headquarters to a larger office and has opened a permanent satellite office in Denver.

Interested in Dewatering/Biosolids?

Get Dewatering/Biosolids articles, news and videos right in your inbox! Sign up now.

Dewatering/Biosolids + Get Alerts

TerraFirma Earth Technologies, a Houston-based dewatering firm, is moving its headquarters to a larger office and yard space in Houston to accommodate more heavy equipment and office space requirements. In addition, the firm opened a permanent satellite office in Denver to serve Colorado’s burgeoning construction sector.

“We are experiencing steady growth nationwide,” says TerraFirma President David Giles. “Our new location in Houston will give us more breathing room and a larger yard for our expanding arsenal of heavy equipment.

“We founded TerraFirma to answer the industry’s need for a truly professional groundwater control firm. Backed by 43-plus years of combined industry experience, we use our expertise in geology, building infrastructure and business to deliver solid solutions for our customers. The growing demand for our services is welcome proof that we’re delivering general contractors the high level of service we originally set out to provide.”

TerraFirma recently installed an innovative dewatering and groundwater treatment system at 100 Saint Paul, a retail and office development in the rapidly expanding Cherry Creek business district of Denver. David Cross, of 100 Saint Paul LLC, was pleased with the result.

“TerraFirma brought a high level of expertise and extensive knowledge base to the table when we hit the bottom of the hole,” says Cross. “They were instrumental in bringing about a speedy resolution to unforeseen subsurface conditions to the benefit of the general contractor and the project owner.”

TerraFirma helps owners and contractors throughout the United States maintain acceptable groundwater levels for temporary projects and permanent installations. Past deep excavation projects include athletic stadiums, hospitals, high-rise facilities, transportation facilities, airports, tunnels, power plants, dams, waterways, petro-chemical plants and municipal infrastructure sites such as pumping stations and treatment plants, as well as sewer and gas pipelines.

For more information, visit www.tfearth.com.


Comments on this site are submitted by users and are not endorsed by nor do they reflect the views or opinions of COLE Publishing, Inc. Comments are moderated before being posted.