News & Events

New Office in Colorado!

Welcome to the Team!  Collier Consulting, Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of our Colorado office which will focus on geophysical services. Ron Bell,…

TRWA’s 2018 Training & Technical Conference – Galveston, TX

July 11th – 12th: Hosted by the Texas Rural Water Association, this annual educational program focuses on addressing the latest technical issues affecting the water…

AGWT Texas Aquifer Conference – Austin, TX

June 6th-7th: Engineers, scientists, planners, water-resource managers, agency professionals, and attorneys will gather at this annual event to share up to date information regarding the…

2018 TCEQ Environmental Trade Fair Conference

May 15th-16th: This annual conference is Texas’ premier environmental education forum, featuring over 100 classroom presentations in 13 different educational tracks. Visit booth 1615 and…

ASR for Texas! 2018 – Another great success!

For the second year, Collier hosted an educational event with a sole-focus on Aquifer Storage and Recovery. Over 70 were in attendance, GCD’s, utility districts,…

Texas Water 2018 – San Antonio, TX

April 23rd-26th: Sponsored by Texas AWWA and WEAT, this annual event is the largest water-related conference event held in North America on a statewide and…

“Using Geophysics to Assess Geohazards before Construction” – GEOSTRATA Magazine

  Understanding subsurface conditions is the key to any successful construction project, including new construction, excavation, and drilling. The consideration and understanding of the subsurface…

CI Summit 2018 – Fort Worth, TX

March 1-3rd: Our geophysics team will be ready to assist and provide solutions for construction challenges across America.

AGWT Annual Conference – Ontario, CA

Feb 12-13th: AGWT and AGWA join together for this annual event featuring networking opportunities for California’s water agencies, utilities and water districts and for all water…

Collier at Texas Desal 2017

More than 2.7 billion acre-feet of brackish groundwater lies below the Texas soil. We can help tap in to that future water water resource.

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