Are you looking to hire a geotechnical contracting engineer for your next construction project but not sure where to start? While there are a number of risks associated with project performance, poor soils or ground conditions are one of the most common sources of project delays and cost burdens.
Issues often start with the geotechnical assessment associated with the project specifications, and later the implementation of the foundation works, due to natural variability, man-made contamination, and obstructions in the ground. Detailed assessments of ground conditions before any construction or reconstruction takes place is crucial in future-proofing structures.
The following white paper, written by Menard Oceania’s Managing Director, Philippe Vincent, provides practical advice and tips on what to look for when hiring a geotechnical engineering firm. We hope you find this information useful and please do get in touch with Philippe or one of his team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
You can download the full White Paper here: