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The Value of Geotechnical and Structural Engineering to Your Business

Without a comprehensive understanding of the underground conditions and potential hazards below the surface, owners risk delays, additional costs, damage to property and the safety of workers and the public.

What types of projects do geotechnical consultants work on?

  • Foundation design including complex foundations in difficult conditions
  • MSE wall failure, analysis, design and remediation
  • Reinforced earth slopes
  • Subsurface investigations
  • Seismic analysis and predictive design
  • Forensic engineering
  • Seepage analysis
  • Temporary structures/support of excavation including Slurry walls and secant pile walls
  • Building assessment inspections/reports
  • Advanced numerical 3D modeling capabilities
  • Ground settlement prediction
  • Ground improvement

What facilities/type of infrastructure do geotechnical engineers consult on?

  • Airports
  • Brownfield Developments
  • Canals and Lagoons
  • Dams and Levees
  • Deep Excavations
  • Energy Facilities
  • Highways and Bridges
  • Marine Structures
  • Mass-Transit Facilities
  • Mines
  • Railways
  • Tunnels and Shafts
  • Underground Chambers
  • Utilities
  • Waste-Containment Facilities
  • Water and Wastewater Facilities

What are the types of clients that geotechnical consulting firms work with?

  • DOTs
  • Transportation Authorities
  • Municipal, State and Federal Agencies
  • Public Utilities
  • A/E Firms
  • Law Firms
  • Contractors
  • Commercial Developers

At Geocomp, we help our clients effectively manage risk, and lower total life-cycle project costs for constructed facilities by identifying and applying the most appropriate technologies. We apply design expertise to challenging conditions and requirements coupled with our in-depth geotechnical knowledge of soil, rock and water interaction of structural performance to provide a comprehensive analysis of underground conditions and potential hazards.


Geotechnical Engineers on a bridge install Structural Engineers in Action