Geotechnical engineering is an art and a science and can have significant project performance, safety and cost consequences. Due to the technical nature of our business, all of our geotechnical engineers have graduate degrees in the specialty, unlike many of our competitors. We understand and apply, as appropriate, the latest engineering design and analysis techniques.
Construction quality control is maintained through the acquisition and rapid dissemination of accurate construction materials testing and inspection information. Collected information is then used to confirm or adjust construction materials or methods to conform to project requirements. Oftentimes, the input of numerous project team members is required and timing is critical. As a result, two key requirements must be satisfied for a successful construction materials testing program: