Providing a total solution for water resource monitoring...
Established in 2001, Hydrologic Data Collection (HDC) is a highly knowledgeable team of Hydrologists, Chemists, Biologists and Professional Geologists. Our staff has over 350 combined years of USGS water resource monitoring experience, plus more than 50 additional years of environmental monitoring work conducted within the private sector. With offices in Florida and Virginia, we conduct hydrologic monitoring throughout the Southeast and mid-Atlantic United States. We collect and deliver the highest quality data for your surface water, groundwater, water quality, and meteorological monitoring projects. Our expert team of professionals can operate independently as your water resource monitoring staff, or help support and supplement your existing team for short or long-term projects of any size and scope. We provide our services to city, county, state and federal governments; regional consortiums and organizations; and private firms. Our structure and unmatched experience in water resource monitoring allows us to provide accurate data to you, with quick delivery, while reducing your overall project costs.
Our mission is to provide water resource managers with:
High Quality Data
Our highly trained and qualified staff will collect and analyze hydrologic field data using proven methods developed by the USGS and the best measurement technologies available. We will deliver accurate information to our customers so that critical decisions can be made with complete confidence in the supporting data.
Rapid Delivery of Results
Our water resource experts will analyze, compute and deliver finalized data within 2 weeks of collection. We will provide our customers with real-time data access and 24-hour data turnaround when required, in order to enable dynamic and timely decision making.
High Value Services
We will provide our customers with an unparalleled level of water monitoring expertise in order to deliver the highest quality hydrologic data possible, while keeping their overhead and project costs within budget.