Geosyntec is excited to announce that Zoic has joined Geosyntec. The acquisition will enhance the ability for clients in the region to work with local Australian experts with increased access to a global network of technical leaders.
“This is an exciting moment for both our companies and our practitioners,” said Peter Zeeb, Ph.D., P.G., President & CEO of Geosyntec. “With the addition of the Australian technical experts who have made Zoic successful, Geosyntec gains resources that strengthen our core practices and bring expertise in the management of environmental issues of special concern to clients across Australia.”
David Reynolds, Ph.D., P.Eng., a Senior Principal Engineer based in Sydney added, “We are unifying two strong companies to grow in the direction we both want to grow. Our combined team will have a greater diversity of viewpoints, opinions, and approaches that will help us address complex client issues together. Geosyntec and Zoic share values of flexibility, teamwork and mentoring, respect, and a commitment to collaboration that helps our teams thrive.”
“Our vision was to grow the company and scope of our services across Australia and found Geosyntec’s collaborative spirit and dedication to client service a natural fit with our own approach to solving our clients’ environmental challenges and fostering relationships,” said Kylie Lloyd, Founder, and Managing Director of Zoic Environmental.
Fellow Director Rebeka Hall added, “By joining Geosyntec, we have increased the diversity of services we can offer to our clients across Australia and Asia Pacific. We are excited to bring innovative solutions and work on groundbreaking projects across a range of technical practice areas.”
From March 1, 2021, Zoic Environmental Pty Ltd. will operate as Zoic, a Geosyntec Company. Zoic’s team includes technical specialists, experienced consultants and support staff with a reputation for excellence in the areas of land contamination assessment; hazardous ground gas management (vapour intrusion); soil and groundwater remediation; human health risk assessment; water resources; sustainability; compliance and strategic advice and litigation support.