Little Lake Living Shoreline Project. Vegetated hesco barriers utilized to block an existing channel for the protection of back marshes.
Pelican washing rehabilitation following
an oil spill.
Geologic cross-section depicting Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (DNAPL) impacts.
Remediation of hazardous constituents – large scale excavation conducted within an enclosed remediation structure under negative pressure.
Stratigraphic subsurface mapping – isopac/thickness maps.
INDUSTRIAL SITE REHABILIATION
Radiological surveying within an industrial facility.
Sustainable Vegetative Planting on high energy shorelines.
Matrix gets input from it’s design engineers, operators, regulators, and technicians to provide a workable system to remediate the site and meet the public’s objectives.
Property transaction/due diligence assessments (Phase Is/Phase IIs)
HYDROGEOLOGY & FLOW
Alligator on beach (freshwater reptile, saltwater environment), oil platform.
Matrix is coastal.
Matrix Gulf Region is focused on solving problems related to natural resources and the environment. Our scientists, engineers, biologists, ecologists, technicians, designers, planners, data managers, and other support personnel are prepared to mobilize to any location along the Gulf coast to provide sustainable solutions to complex environmental concerns.
We concentrate on three distinct practice areas –Environmental, Coastal and Ecological Restoration, and Spill Response. With offices in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Houston, Texas; and Daphne, Alabama, Matrix is classified and registered as a woman-owned business enterprise (WBE), disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE), and a small business enterprise (SBE). More >
Typical services provided in the region have included: environmental site assessment and remediation, ecological and human health risk assessment, Natural Resources Damage Assessment (NRDA) support (including assessment activities, negotiation, data management, etc.), ecological restoration planning/design/implementation, program management, restoration project identification, ecological risk assessment, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance, construction oversight, and ecological monitoring. Less <