AKRF Services

AKRF offers creative environmental, planning, and engineering solutions for public and private clients.

With services across a range of technical specialties, we provide a single-point resource for the most complex, controversial, and time-sensitive projects. 

Our scientists, planners, engineers, and technical specialists have worked side by side for decades to help hundreds of clients quickly uncover and solve critical issues. We identify potential challenges early on, ensuring that their projects are completed as smoothly and cost-effectively as possible.

Featured Projects

The Touraine The Touraine AKRF provided full acoustical design services from Schematic Design through Construction Documents for The Touraine luxury condominium.
The Touraine
The Touraine AKRF provided full acoustical design services from Schematic Design through Construction Documents for The Touraine luxury condominium.
The New NY Bridge at Tappan Zee The New NY Bridge at Tappan Zee As part of mitigation efforts for the new bridge construction, AKRF conducted a series of studies to learn more about the ecology of Hudson River sturgeon.
The New NY Bridge at Tappan Zee
The New NY Bridge at Tappan Zee As part of mitigation efforts for the new bridge construction, AKRF conducted a series of studies to learn more about the ecology of Hudson River sturgeon.
Seward Park Mixed-Use Development Project Seward Park Mixed-Use Development Project AKRF led the preparation of the EIS for the development now known as Essex Crossing.
Seward Park Mixed-Use Development Project
Seward Park Mixed-Use Development Project AKRF led the preparation of the EIS for the development now known as Essex Crossing.
Newtown Creek NYCDEP OGI Newtown Creek NYCDEP OGI AKRF’s geotechnical group investigated soil conditions to determine where stormwater runoff could effectively infiltrate back into the subsurface soils.
Newtown Creek NYCDEP OGI
Newtown Creek NYCDEP OGI AKRF’s geotechnical group investigated soil conditions to determine where stormwater runoff could effectively infiltrate back into the subsurface soils.