At GeoInsight, we are committed to developing strong relationships and we are known for our ability to bring people together. This is our differentiator - and it can make the difference on a project where public outreach is necessary.
We have learned from experience that public engagement, if done early and often enough during a project, can lead to more successful project outcomes. We also know that it can be difficult to make your complex project understandable and accessible for members of the public. Our professionals have decades of experience that can help you create proactive, straight-forward presentations and graphics that clearly convey technical information to your audience. And our experts are also accessible, which means we will be able to convey complex technical topics in ways that various stakeholders can understand and support.
We know that each of our clients have their own approach to managing public relations. We can work with your internal team to provide technical and strategic support and provide you with whatever level services best complement your needs. We can develop clear, concise presentation materials that your team can use or we can be front and center presenting the project on your behalf. Our experts have even served as the “go to” for calls and interviews from the press on behalf of our clients for contentious projects when requested.
Whether you need presentation materials for a planning board meeting, market research, a newsletter or fact sheet to use as a handout at a public meeting, or support rolling out information about a project on your company website, we can help you craft your narrative based on your audience, ensuring you connect the right way.
Growing our expertise is a core value at GeoInsight. Our professionals routinely attend and present at industry group meetings and conferences including the Environmental Business Council of New England (EBC), NHDES Drinking Water Source Protection Conference, NH Air & Water Regulatory Conference, Northern New England Chapter of the Eastern Region of APPA (ERAPPA), and SWANA WasteExpo and NWRA WasteCon.
We regularly develop and provide in-house professional education training tailored to meet our clients’ internal needs. We’ve developed courses to help our clients better understand issues ranging from hydrogeologic principals, to common geotechnical challenges in New England, to emerging contaminants.