Anchor QEA

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    Anchor QEA is an environmental and engineering consulting company. It specializes in aquatic, shoreline, and water resource projects. The company provides a range of science and engineering services to the public and private sectors, including planning and strategy development, scientific investigation, engineering design, and construction management.
    HQSeattle, WA, US
    Employee Ratings3.4

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    Employees (est.) (Nov 2020)331
    Cybersecurity ratingDMore

    Anchor QEA Office Locations

    Anchor QEA has offices in Seattle, Amesbury, Asheville, Austin and in 19 other locations
    Seattle, WA, US (HQ)
    1201 3rd Ave #2600
    Amesbury, MA, US
    9 Water St
    Asheville, NC, US
    231 Haywood St
    Austin, TX, US
    Barton Oaks Plaza One, 901 S MoPac Expy
    Bellingham, WA, US
    1605 Cornwall Ave
    Boston, MA, US
    50 Congress St #720
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    Managing Sedimentation Impacts to Water Infrastructure in Wildfire Country: Part 1

    California’s development continues to be shaped by water, a vital resource to the state’s urban centers, farms, industry, recreation, and environmental preservation. At the same time, climate change is driving more frequent and larger wildfires in the state, resulting in increased erosion and sedime…

    A Tool to Engage and Empower: GIS Story Maps

    In a constantly evolving technology landscape, online tools have enabled organizations to increase public involvement in decision making that impacts communities and their environments. Recent advancements in geographic information systems (GIS) technology have provided opportunities to build the pl…

    Redeveloping Ports to Support Offshore Wind Energy

    By Walter Dinicola, Anchor QEA Principal Engineer October 29th, 2020 Offshore wind is a rapidly maturing renewable energy technology that is poised to play an important role in future energy systems along the coastline. If the United States is to fully develop its offshore wind energy potential, the…

    Storm Impacts: Designing with Nature Along the Gulf Coast

    Over the past decade, sea level rise and storms have caused significant damage to habitat and communities along the Gulf Coast. Shoreline marshes and natural barriers have been deteriorated, leaving habitats unprotected; shorelines have eroded, and flooding has impacted coastal communities. These im…

    Planning Large-Scale Aquatic Species Restoration

    By Merri Martz, Anchor QEA Senior Managing Scientist October 15th, 2020 The Chehalis Basin, a region rich in native wildlife, working lands, and cultural significance, is economically and ecologically vital to Washington state and the region. It is also one of the only remaining river basins in the …

    Ways a Constructability Review Can Improve Your Waterfront Project

    Before construction of a project even starts, how do you answer this deceptively simple question: Can the project be built as designed?   Conducting a constructability review can help. Often used to infuse experience and construction knowledge early in the design development process, constructabilit…

    Anchor QEA Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Anchor QEA founded?

      Anchor QEA was founded in 1997.

    • How many employees does Anchor QEA have?

      Anchor QEA has 331 employees.

    • Who are Anchor QEA competitors?

      Competitors of Anchor QEA include Weston & Sampson, Advenser and Orontide.

    • Where is Anchor QEA headquarters?

      Anchor QEA headquarters is located at 1201 3rd Ave #2600, Seattle.

    • Where are Anchor QEA offices?

      Anchor QEA has offices in Seattle, Amesbury, Asheville, Austin and in 19 other locations.

    • How many offices does Anchor QEA have?

      Anchor QEA has 23 offices.