Soil Geo Technical Investigation

Good quality geotechnical investigations are very crucial to the success of every construction project. A proper geotechnical investigation will identify underground and soil conditions and will determine the proper geotechnical design parameters. Unfortunately, many projects lack a proper geotechnical investigation. As a result, engineers are all too often forced to use overconservative design parameters. In a worst case scenario, an inadequate geotechnical investigation will not properly identify soil conditions and will result in "unexpected" delays, failures, and added construction costs. A good quality geotechnical investigation identifies: a) Soil layers and types, bedrock elevations if possible b) Soil density and strength, as well as other mechanical soil properties c) Ground water conditions d) Obstructions and existing underground structures

Metal-Alloys Testing

Coal Coke Analysis and Testing