About HGI

HGI was founded by Dr. James B. Fink in 1981 with the simple motto “If it’s in the ground and needs to be found, that’s our job!”, today hydroGEOPHYSICS, Inc. (HGI) is a fast growing, privately held businesses in the U.S. In 2007, HGI ranked at 1487 on the inaugural Inc5000 list and was recognized as the 18th fastest growing environmental company.  In 2008, HGI moved up to rank at 1481 and was listed as the 21st fastest growing engineering company. HGI has achieved 50% compound annual growth rate since 2003.

HGI services a broad spectrum of clients including small and large architectural and engineering (A&E) firms, environmental consultancies, federal, state and municipal governments, and natural resource exploration and development companies.

With a project resume that includes numerous unique and challenging projects throughout the world, HGI’s dedicated team of experienced professionals often exceeds its clients expectations, particularly when efficient field operations and confidentiality regarding data and project details are paramount.

HGI employs a diverse talent base of geophysicists, geologists, environmental scientists, geotechnical engineers, and business professionals whose complimentary knowledge, skills, and talents combine to provide innovative solutions that meet the rigorous demands of projects in the 21st century. The company’s corporate culture is unique and rewarding; providing a relaxed, informal, yet stimulating environment in which to learn and grow professionally.

HGI continually invests and reinvests in new technologies and innovative developments as it continually strives to anticipate and address the changing technical needs of its clients. The company recognizes that research and development are cornerstones that every high-tech company must rely on in order to improve its service and product offerings in a rapidly changing and competitive market. In addition to implementing a rigorous quality assurance program, HGI employs modern industry recognized engineering and scientific practices.