Geotechnical Engineering

Geotechnical Engineering is a critical discipline as foundation support, earth retention, and hydrogeologic conditions influence the cost and success for a wide variety of projects.

Environmental Partners’ team of geotechnical engineers, geologists, and hydrogeologists have performed investigations and formulated recommendations for many projects including large development, site grading and earthwork, utility design and construction, dam inspections and repairs, foundations for water storage tanks, pumping stations, and water and wastewater treatment plants.

EP’s team has a complete understanding of what it takes to plan and coordinate subsurface investigations, execute and interpret sophisticated down-borehole testing methods by sampling and testing oil, rock and groundwater, and work with testing laboratories to assess soil, rock, and water for geotechnical and environmental properties. Over the years, EP’s staff has worked on many geotechnical projects for a wide range of services including geophysical site investigations, compaction control, slope stability analysis and monitoring, soil property analyses, mechanically stabilized embankments, dewatering and support of excavation, retaining walls, micro tunneling, pipe jacking, and horizontal directional drilling.

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