D'Appolonia is a client-focused provider of consulting engineering services. Since the founding of the firm in 1956, we have provided engineering, scientific and construction-related services to industrial and governmental clients in the U.S. and in many foreign countries. Our core capabilities include civil, geotechnical, and environmental engineering; geology and geophysics; and hydrology and hydraulics. These capabilities have been applied to a wide range of project types, as described below.
D'Appolonia is currently seeking qualified engineers for employment based in our Monroeville, Pennsylvania office. Our current position openings can be found at this link.
Traditional Service Areas
D'Appolonia provides a broad spectrum of technical services. Our primary service areas include the following:
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Marcellus Shale Engineering Services
Gas well drilling and development is a new and rapidly growing business in northern Appalachia. D'Appolonia is providing engineering support services for site development and grading, permitting, and evaluation of environmental issues for gas well drilling sites, as well as other specialized services such as determinination of undermining and evaluation of mine subsidence potential, foundation design, impoundment design, pipeline layout, environmental compliance monitoring, and construction monitoring. The links below provide a description of the Marcellus Shale Formation and its current state of development and engineering services that D'Appolonia provides to the gas well drilling and development industry.
MSHA Engineering and Design Manual
A team of engineers and scientists led by D'Appolonia completed an update of the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Engineering and Design Manual in 2009. Additional discussion about the new Manual and a link to the on-line version of the Manual at the MSHA web site can be found by clicking on the Manual cover in the lower right corner of the photograph matrix above.
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