As part of our permitting for a new solid waste landfill for mining byproduct materials, we conducted a slope stability analysis and have been conducting ongoing monitoring of a 700-foot-high slope whose materials are comprised of past byproduct materials that were deposited along the slope over decades.
Geotechnical engineering can be a critical component on a wide variety of projects, from small earthwork construction projects, to large development, utility, and treatment plant projects. We have a complete understanding of what it takes to investigate earthwork and foundation issues, both in the field and in the laboratory. From our extensive experience comes a full understanding of the cost implications of our design recommendations. Over the years our staff has worked on many geotechnical projects that required foundation analysis; compaction control; extensive earth support systems; slope stability analysis and monitoring; tunneling, micro-tunneling, and pipe jacking.