Ransom Consulting’s talented team of geologists and hydrogeologists provide clients with a host of cost-effective, innovative water supply management solutions.
With services ranging from source location and development programs to permitting and construction management, Ransom is a well-established, trusted source of drinking water supply and engineering knowledge in the Northeast.
Our qualified team of certified and professional (CG & PG) geologists, hydrogeologists, chemists and civil professional engineers (PE) routinely collaborate on projects in order to establish the most effective solution as quickly and efficiently as possible – speeding up construction schedules and saving developers significant time and money trying to locate a suitable water supply for their site.
Additionally, Ransom also has specific expertise in the areas of locating and accessing both overburden and bedrock aquifers – two of the more commonly found sources of well water in northern New England.
Ransom engineers have successfully located water supplies in unlikely places, such as on mountain tops and sites located near the coastline. We have also been able to locate sources of significant water volumes to support municipal, industrial, agricultural and bottled water production demands.
Lastly, Ransom understands the importance of approaching all water supply projects with long term sustainability and resource management in mind. As a precious natural resource, we are committed to developing responsible water systems and programs that balance production with protecting and preserving aquifers for generations to come.
For more information about water supply services from Ransom Consulting, please contact:
Nicholas O. Sabatine, P.G.
Principal / Vice President / Senior Geologist
Working in concert to confidently direct a diverse group of project stakeholders, including financial institutions, attorneys, developers, engineers and construction managers, Ransom Consulting has the experience and ability to solve your most challenging water supply management issues.