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

Urban Redevelopment: Logan Triangle, Philadelphia Urban Redevelopment: Logan Triangle, Philadelphia AKRF advised the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority on reintroducing productive uses to a North Philadelphia area.
Urban Redevelopment: Logan Triangle, Philadelphia
Urban Redevelopment: Logan Triangle, Philadelphia AKRF advised the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority on reintroducing productive uses to a North Philadelphia area.
NYCT Resiliency Measures NYCT Resiliency Measures AKRF is providing environmental support services for resiliency measures at 15 subway fan plant locations in Lower Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
NYCT Resiliency Measures
NYCT Resiliency Measures AKRF is providing environmental support services for resiliency measures at 15 subway fan plant locations in Lower Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
Elm Road Generating Facility Elm Road Generating Facility AKRF prepared the necessary 316(b) permit applications for We Energies' new Elm Road Generating Facility, a coal-fired power plant on Lake Michigan.
Elm Road Generating Facility
Elm Road Generating Facility AKRF prepared the necessary 316(b) permit applications for We Energies' new Elm Road Generating Facility, a coal-fired power plant on Lake Michigan.
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.