• 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 nine 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…
  • Materials Testing & Inspections

    Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) construction monitoring and materials testing services have been core specialties since Triad was founded in 1975.
  • 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 worked for forty years as an environmental regulator for the state of Maryland. I always said I would never work in the private sector. But my prior experience dealing with Triad and the people at Triad’s Hagerstown office, made me change my mind when offered a part time position. I have enjoyed every day and the people I work with. ” —Rob Hill, Scientist, Environmental Department, Hagerstown, MD
Rob Hill, Scientist, Environmental Department, Hagerstown, MD
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