Geotechnical services in Arizona

  • Foundations Services

    Buildings and other structures may be supported on the ground by several different types of foundations. Shallow foundations include the spread footings used around the perimeter of most buildings as well as the thicker and more rigid mat foundations used in certain difficult soil conditions. Deep foundations include cast-in-place-drilled piles, ...

    By Converse Consultants Office in Phoenix, ARIZONA (USA). from Geotechnical Engineering Service line

  • Earthwork Services

    Most project sites are graded before construction of the improvements. The grading may transform the layout of the site, or it may return the site to something close to its original appearance. In either case, Converse’s engineers provide recommendations for site grading that will provide a stable surface with enough strength and stability ...

    By Converse Consultants Office in Phoenix, ARIZONA (USA). from Geotechnical Engineering Service line

  • Geotechnical Laboratory

    Our certified, experienced staff offers design support services as well as construction support services. Familiarity with native soils and their unique compaction requirements are essential to a high quality civil design. A local presence as well as local knowledge help keep your project running on time. With our lab down the hall from our civil ...

    By NEI Environmental based in Yuma, ARIZONA (USA).

  • Geotechnical Investigation Services

    When our clients are investing millions of dollars in a project, they need to know everything about the project site. They also need to know how construction materials might affect their project and its end users.

    By Olsson Associates based in Phoenix, ARIZONA (USA).

  • Geotechnical Laboratory Services

    Gannett Fleming operates a fully equipped, 2,000-square-foot soils laboratory. The lab is certified by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Accreditation Program to perform 28 American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) and/or AASHTO test procedures.

    By Gannett Fleming, Inc. Office in Casa Grande, ARIZONA (USA).

  • Geotech Drilling Services

    Geotechnical drilling is used for site investigations where the intent is to determine subsurface geotechnical soil properties or install subsurface improvements. Cascade Drilling's performs these services with Sonic, Air Rotary and Auger rigs that includes dewatering systems, geotechnical soil boring, soil sampling with both 140 and 300 pound ...

    By Cascade Drilling / Cascade Environmental Office in Peoria, ARIZONA (USA).

  • Soils Services

    Most construction projects require a geotechnical study, commonly referred to as a “soils report”. The purpose of the study is to identify the geological features and hazards of the site and to determine the engineering properties of the earth materials. A geotechnical study begins with a review of geological maps and reports to ...

    By Converse Consultants Office in Phoenix, ARIZONA (USA). from Engineering Geology Service line

  • Soils Services

    The grading of a project site will involve the removal of several inches to several feet of the site soils and replacement of engineered fill that meets the requirements of the geotechnical report. This fill must be compacted to the proper density to provide a firm surface for the recommended foundation.

    By Converse Consultants Office in Phoenix, ARIZONA (USA). from Construction Services Service line

  • Direct Push Services

    Cascade Drilling's fleet of Geoprobe equipment includes rigs as small as a 420M and 54LT up to the full sized 8040DT. These systems can be used to perform subsurface soil, water or vapor surveys. They are capable of obtaining soil and groundwater samples, installing standard monitoring wells, pre-packed monitoring wells and have geotechnical ...

    By Cascade Drilling / Cascade Environmental Office in Peoria, ARIZONA (USA).

  • Faults Services

    Most buildings in seismically active areas should not be located across active faults. Structures that cannot be moved to avoid faults must be designed to tolerate movement of the fault. Converse geologists evaluate fault hazards by researching maps of known active faults and comparing them to the planned construction. Aerial photographs and ...

    By Converse Consultants Office in Phoenix, ARIZONA (USA). from Engineering Geology Service line

  • Sonic Solution

    Sonic technology is ideal for both deep and shallow drilling applications where undisturbed core sampling through almost any type of geological formation is required.   This powerful technology provides many advantages over other types of drilling techniques. It is a low-impact technology that is safer by minimizing crew tool handling. ...

    By Cascade Drilling / Cascade Environmental Office in Peoria, ARIZONA (USA). from Technologies Service line

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