Hager-Richter is Excited to Announce New Ownership!

Jeffrey Reid and Robert Garfield have transitioned from their previous positions as vice presidents to owners. Jeff joined Hager-Richter in January of 1987 and ran the New Hampshire office as a vice president, Rob joined in March of 2003 and ran the New Jersey office as a vice president.  Both have been integral partners in […]

Hager-Richter Staff Receive Professional Geologist (P.G.) Licenses in the State of New York

Hager-Richter is pleased to announce that several staff members are now Professional Geologists licensed in the State of New York: Jeffrey Reid* (NY PG License No. 000018) Robert Garfield** (NY PG License No. 000041) Steven Grant*** (NY PG License No. 000495) Jose Carlos Cambero Calzada (NY PG License No. 000899) Michael Howley*** (NY PG License No. 000174) […]

Hager-Richter Presents at the ASCE Metropolitan Section Geo-Institute 2017 Geotechnical Seminar

  Robert Garfield, P.G., Hager-Richter Vice President & Senior Borehole Geophysicist, co-authored and co-presented with his brother, Scott Garfield, P.E., P.G., LEED AP, Senior Project Manager of Langan, a paper at the ASCE Metropolitan Section Geo-Institute 2017 Geotechnical Seminar in Manhattan.  The paper was titled “A Tower Grows in Manhattan – Design and Construction Challenges with Building Atop of the No. 7 […]

Hager-Richter Celebrates 30 Years with Jeff Reid!

Jan. 4, 2017.   Salem, NH. Today marks 30 years since Jeff Reid started as an entry level geologist/geophysicist at Hager-Richter on Jan. 4, 1987!  Two days later, Jeff was on his way to an industrial site in Virginia for two weeks of geophysical fieldwork as part of a field crew with Dorothy Richter and Gene Simmons.  It has been that […]

Hager-Richter Presents at 2016 National Dam Safety Program Technical Seminar

Hager-Richter was invited to participate in the National Dam Safety Program Technical Seminar, “Internal Evaluation Techniques for Earthen Dams,” held February 17-18, 2016 at FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, Maryland.  The National Dam Safety Program is a partnership of the states, federal agencies, and other stakeholders that encourages individual and community responsibility for dam […]

Hager-Richter Presents in NEWMOA Webinar: “Geophysical Evaluation of Bedrock Drinking Water Wells: Understanding the Science”

 Webinar: Geophysical Evaluation of Bedrock Drinking Water Wells: Understanding the Science February 10, 2016 The next NEWMOA Waste Site Cleanup Program Webinar, Geophysical Evaluation of Bedrock Drinking Water Wells: Understanding the Science will be Wednesday February 10, 2016 from 10:30 AM to 12:00 noon. Dorothy Richter and staff from Hager-Richter Geoscience, Inc. (Salem, NH) will […]

A New Year’s Note From Dorothy Richter, President

Greetings and Best Wishes for the New Year from everyone at Hager-Richter!   We know that Hager-Richter’s success directly depends on the health and well being of our clients.  We thank you for making 2015 a year with so many rich and challenging projects, and  we hope that the New Year will bring even more opportunities for us to […]

Hager-Richter Participates in TRB Webinar Highlighting Geophysical Case Histories for Transportation Projects

Hager-Richter participated in a Transportation Research Board (TRB) Webinar entitled “The Benefits of a Bigger Geotechnical Toolbox: Case Histories” on September 24, 2014. Jeffrey Reid, P.G., Vice President & Senior Geophysicist, and Steven Grant, P.G., Senior Geophysicist, were presenters in the Webinar. More than 250 sites registered for the webinar. As described on the TRB […]

Hager-Richter Searches for Abandoned Military Cemeteries at Civil War Battlefield

Hager-Richter recently conducted surface geophysical surveys at two abandoned military cemeteries within the Wilderness Battlefield Unit of Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County Battlefields Memorial National Military Park located in Spotsylvania County, Virginia for the National Park Service (NPS). The Battle of the Wilderness of the American Civil War was fought on May 5 – 7, 1864.  Two […]

“It’s Like a Veil Has Been Lifted From the Data”

Recent Feedback: “It’s like a veil has been lifted from the data.  Thank you!”  Client comment after Hager-Richter replaced another geophysical firm on a major infrastructure project. “Hager-Richter’s geophysical results saved our client over $500,000 in unnecessary design and construction costs.”  Client comment on H-R’s seismic survey results that cost less than $10,000. “The site […]

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