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GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

Population growth has led to increasing urbanization and stress to existing public infrastructure such as landfills, bridges, roads, dams, water plants, storm water systems, and waste treatment facilities. Our engineers help our public clients cope with these challenges by evaluating failing systems, collecting data for new infrastructure, and offering innovative solutions that enhance infrastructure asset value, preserve public dollars, and restore ecosystems. Our geotechnical engineers also provide innovative ways of collecting the data needed and providing information that leads to solid solutions and improved transparency with the public.

Our private sector clients appreciate our “ABOVE & beyond” approach also as it relates to solutions that maximize efficiency, optimizes land usage, and ensures long-term viability associated with properly designed and constructed structures.

Parsons
USDOT
UNCC
NYDOT
NCDOT
LPA_Baker
LA-county
Kimley-Horn
Iowa-DOT
FDOT
duke energy
CharMeck-Schools
Charlotte-transportation
charah
Alabama-DOT
STV