About Us

Established in 2005 as H2H Associates, LLC, H2H Geoscience Engineering is an environmental, engineering and mapping consulting firm located in Troy, New York, offering expertise in geologic, hydrogeologic, geophysical, hydrographic, engineering, environmental, construction management, and survey and mapping services to state, federal, and private sector clients throughout the United States and in Central and South America.

Each H2H team member brings their own unique expertise and experience to provide high-quality, responsive, and cost-effective solutions, from environmental site assessments, geotechnical investigation, and hydrogeologic modeling to construction management, physical inventorying, point cloud processing and data management, and more.

H2H Geoscience Engineering has provided a range of customizable and value-added services for organizations including the US Army Corps of Engineers, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Federal Aviation Administration, Department of the Interior, National Parks Service, General Services Administration, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Defense Logistics Agency, Watervliet Arsenal, NYS Dormitory Authority, NYS Canal Corporation, the City of Troy, Argos Cement, CRH, LafargeHolcim, General Electric, and more.

Explore below to learn how H2H Geoscience Engineering delivers innovative, reliable, and solutions-driven results through our wide-range of service offerings:

Environmental Services
Construction Services
Advanced Mobile Surveying & Mapping
Mining & Minerals
Mining, Civil, Environmental & Geotechnical Engineering Services
Geologic Consulting
Hydrogeologic Consulting
Stockpile Physical Inventory
Point Cloud Processing & Data Management
Data & Records Management
GIS

Testimonials

“The H2H 3D marine mapping system is allowing us to make more informed decisions about areas that need to be manually inspected. We are in the process of adjusting our standard procedures and workflows to take better advantage of the technology in the future. The system definitely performed as promised,”

New York State Canal Corporation