Geotechnical Survey

Geotechnical Engineering largely involves defining the soil’s strength and deformation properties. Clay, silt, sand, rock, and snow are important materials in geotechnics. Geotechnical engineering includes specialist fields such as soil and rock mechanics, geophysics, hydrogeology, and associated disciplines such as geology. As our service, we can provide that:

  1. Soil classification to determine the carrying capacity of the soil against the load above it
  2. Groundwater to determine slope stability and consolidation that affect the structure planning of buildings
  3. Soil parameters to determine the material used for a building

We also perform a Test Laboratory that is capable of carrying out soil test work including:

  1. SPT OnShore/ OffShore/ NearShore
  2. Cone Penetration Test
  3. Dynamic Cone Penetrometer Test
  4. Laboratorium Testing
  5. Downhole Seismic
  6. CPTU 10 ton
  7. CBR (California Bearing Ratio)
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