Environmental Business Journal: Parametrix Expands Regional Footprint in Water, Recycling, Stormwater; adds Expertise in 3D Visualization
Seattle, WA – Parametrix’s Sarah Ogier and Bardia Nezhati were featured in the Environmental Business Journal to discuss the firm’s growing regional footprint in water, recycling, and stormwater as well as the addition of Civil FX’s 3D visualization expertise.
“While we cover a broad geography, I think Parametrix is differentiated by the deep local connections our practitioners have with our local clients. Having been founded in the Puget Sound region more than 50 years ago, we’ve built a reputation for providing customized and innovative solutions for our clients,” stated Ogier.
She went on to discuss industry trends in recycling, nutrient management, wastewater treatment, integrated watershed management, stormwater, and salmon habitat.
Nezhati discusses the acquisition of Civil FX and their visualization expertise. “Civil FX, A Division of Parametrix, blends civil engineering design with 3D interactive visualization and immersive reality,” he said. He goes on to share the projects that the Civil FX team has been working on – from roads and bridges to water and wastewater.
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