WSSI prides itself on its word-of-mouth reputation as the firm to use for one-stop water and natural resources consulting services. We strive to maintain this reputation by staying abreast of new regulations and by our active participation and leadership roles in legislative and regulatory development at the local, state, and national levels.
Over the past 15 years, WSSI has consulted on more than 2,100 sites (comprising 140,000 acres) in Virginia (Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William counties), which include some of the largest and most complex projects in the region. The combined professional experience of our principals spans over a century. And, as a testament to our competency in the industry, we have received — both as a firm and individually — numerous awards and merit acknowledgements.
In 2004 WSSI acquired Thunderbird Archeology Associates, one of the region's leading cultural resources consulting provider. Now working as one team, we look forward to providing our clients with streamlined water, natural, and cultural resource assistance.
Whatever the project, WSSI's staff is prepared to study each component and devise the most effective solution for our clients, integrating the practical constraints of economics and land planning with local, state, and federal regulatory requirements to achieve a successful and holistic project completion.
In any phase of development, WSSI's team can respond quickly, economically, and effectively when water, natural, or cultural resource issues arise.