Water & Environmental Technologies is among the most qualified and experienced environmental consultant firms in the northwest, owned an operated by a highly qualified group of geoscientists and engineers with a proven history of providing effective solutions for the most challenging sites in support of our clients endeavors and needs.
WET operates on several core values that we embrace on a daily basis: teamwork, innovation, integrity, performance, and value. We have an environmental consultant or qualified and experienced engineer for nearly any project.
The key to WET’s success is its outstanding staff and their extensive and varied experiences within our areas of service. Our multi-disciplinary teams work closely to ensure that we leave “no stone unturned” in evaluating technical issues. We also embrace the development of positive working relationships between our staff, clients, and regulators.
WET prides itself in thinking “outside the box” when developing strategies for its clients. Therefore, our team has some of the most qualified environmental professionals in the industry, and we regularly use cutting-edge technology or a new variation of an established approach to create unique opportunities and solutions.
At WET we expect nothing less than the highest level of integrity from our entire team: employees, subcontractors, and clients. We do things the right way from the start, because at the end of the day our work product is a direct reflection of our company and its reputation. Choose WET for your trusted, experienced, qualified partner.
WET is a results-oriented team – we get the job done. It is our goal to complete every project on time and on budget, with deliverables that exceed our clients’ expectations.
Hiring an environmental consulting firm costs money – we understand that. When clients hire WET, they get a firm that strives to create value through cost-effective approaches, innovative thinking, and attention to detail. In many cases, our team will identify cost savings using selected investigation or engineering practices, which translates to less overall project cost.