• TRIAD Listens, Designs & Delivers.

Triad is a multi-discipline, employee-owned firm of engineers, surveyors, and scientists who provide geotechnical and civil engineering, environmental services, drilling, surveying, and construction testing and inspection services. Since 1975, Triad has grown from a small office in West Virginia to eight offices across five states. Triad can provide practical solutions to meet your project needs and exceed your expectations.

  • Geotechnical Engineering

    Triad was originally formed in 1975 as a geotechnical engineering firm, and our expertise in this discipline is superior. Many…
  • Environmental Services

    Triad provides a broad, comprehensive range of environmental consulting services to a variety of clients through the expertise of our…
  • Civil Engineering

    Triad has a team of professional personnel which provides civil engineering design services in a variety of markets including land…
  • Surveying & Mapping Services

    Within the context of a complicated and densely regulated environment, Triad’s surveying and mapping services and professionals embrace the challenges…
  • Construction Testing & Inspections

    Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) construction monitoring services have been core specialties since Triad was founded in 1975. We maintain a…
  • Drilling & Sampling Services

    Triad owns and operates numerous drilling rigs at various offices. Our drilling fleet includes truck-mounted, track-mounted, skid-mounted and ATV-mounted rigs.
  • Commercial

  • Education

  • Energy

  • Government

  • Industrial

  • Recreation

  • Residential

  • Transportation

Why I Work For Triad

“I enjoy working for Triad because of the friendly atmosphere amongst employees. Most employees are cooperative and willing to work together. Triad also understands the importance of family, therefore management is very understanding and flexible when a need arises. ” — Leslie Speakman, Accounting, Morgantown, WV
Leslie Speakman, Accounting, Morgantown, WV
  • “Silly Putty” Clays

    By: Cyndi Powell “Silly Putty” Clays bad for foundations, good for containment of environmental contaminants   Environmental scientist Carol Phillips couldn’t believe her eyes retrieving soil samples from a subsurface exploration she was performing to check for metal, volatile organic compounds and other potential environmental contaminants. Pulling the sleeves from the borings,…


    By: Cyndi Powell Triad’s Safety Employee of the Month:  October This month we would like to recognize Kevin Benecki, Engineering Technician for the Sterling office. Kevin recognizes that safety is of utmost importance for Triad, and for our industry as a whole. Kevin does a great job promoting Triad’s safety culture to new…