CHT partners are all retired employees from the US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station (WES) located in Vicksburg, MS. WES and several other Corps Laboratories are now officially known as the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC). Several other former employees of WES have also established small engineering firms since their retirement. All of us worked together as teams on studies while we were at WES, and we continue to look for opportunities to work together. The names of these colleagues are Tony Thomas and Ron Copeland of Mobile Boundary Hydraulics, Norm Francingues of Sediment Solutions, Larry Daggett and Chris Hewlett of Waterway Simulation Technology, Lee Butler and Don Robey of Veri-Tech, and Jack Fowler and Glynn Banks of Geotec Associates. While employed at WES, each of these individuals was considered the leading expert within the Corps of Engineers in their particular technical area. In addition to the above, CHT has a long term relationship with Applied Science Associates (ASA) located in Naragansett, RI. CHT recently teamed with Northwest Hydraulics Consultants located in Sacramento, CA to update coastal mapping guidelines for FEMA and to perform coastal circulation modeling in the Pacific Northwest. Links to these companies are provided below.
Mobile Boundary Hydraulics, PLLC
This company specializes in solving riverine sedimentation problems.
This company specializes in solving sediment problems related to the dredging of the nation's waterways.
Waterway Simulation Technology
This company specializes in solving navigation problems related to physical changes to channels, bridges, etc.
This company specializes in developing coastal engineering software.
Applied Science Associates (ASA)
ASA specializes in developing and applying software to model water movement and pollutant transport in marine and fresh water, as well as solving environmental problems related to water quality and dredging.
This company specializes in developing innovative dredging technology.
Northwest Hydraulics Consultants (NHC)
NHC specializes in hydraulic design, river engineering, hydrology, and operates modern physical modeling laboratories
Computational Hydraulics and Transport LLC. 2006.