Our Projects

Rhea has a proven record of success in managing and integrating large, complex project initiatives. The factors that put Rhea ahead of the competition include our ability to listen to our clients and understand their needs; our effectiveness in reducing costs and time by employing innovative approaches to all project phases; our ability to work as a well-integrated team; our knowledge of regulatory frameworks and requirements; and our commitment to continuously improve the way we do business. Our specialized experience and technical competences are detailed in our discipline areas listed below:

Civil Site Development
Field Monitoring/Management
Environmental Services
Geotechnical Engineering
Water Resources Engineering

Please browse our selected project examples to gain a better understanding of our experience and capabilities.

Featured projects

Brandywine home
Residential Development Assessment

Civil Site Development

Performing the civil design for the residential development was an engineering challenge due to the steep terrain and numerous gas service and transmission lines crossing the site.

carbon replacement
Installation Restoration Optimization

Field Monitoring/Management

Rhea provided recommendations to accelerate the time for groundwater remediation and cost estimates for each recommendation. The cost savings was estimated to approach $30 million.

bachelor housing
Lead & Asbestos Survey & Risk Assessment

Environmental Services

Rhea used a portable XRF analyzer to gain immediate information, including lead content and depth of contamination- completely eliminating paint-chip sampling.

tire processing
Geotechnical & Structural Research

Geotechnical Engineering

Rhea reviewed research on the properties and applications of tire-derived aggregate and incorporated PennDOT guidelines for the use of TDA as structural backfill.

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Stormwater Management & Permitting

Water Resources Engineering

Rhea redesigned the conveyance system- avoiding potential impacts to existing wetlands and designing an underground stormwater system modeled through five design storm conditions.



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