Geoscience & Technology, P.A. provides comprehensive services in engineering design and analysis to enable owners to make the best use of their real property, whether it is to develop green or brownfield property or improve, modify, adapt or repair existing property.
We provide design and construction management services, from site assessment and early-stage planning through design, construction documents, contract administration and construction testing.
GeoSci's engineering department augments its own capabilities by drawing on the skills of the other departments to provide services for residential, commercial, and state and local government clients.
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CIVIL ENGINEERING DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
Geoscience & Technology, P.A. helps clients assess the suitability of a site for development, considering:
- Wetland, Stream and Watershed Issues
- Suitability for On-site Wastewater Disposal
In our site sensitive designs, we evaluate the movement of water on and under the surface and determine the characteristics of the in-situ soils and the depth of rock.
Our engineering staff prepares alternative preliminary layouts for client consideration, then completes and submits the final design for City/County Planning Commission approval and shepherds them through the process.
Geoscience & Technology, P.A can develop subdivision layouts and designs for streets and parking, water distribution for domestic and fire service, grading plans, stormwater management, erosion, and sedimentation control plans.
Our engineers specialize in rapid turnaround of foundation, footing and retaining wall designs. We also prepare and submit permit applications in connection with all of the above.
Frequently, we are called upon to evaluate failed or failing structures and to make recommendations for repair or remedy. These range from dams and lakes to foundations and structures to retaining walls. We perform hydrological studies to identify causes of flooding or to ensure proper site drainage and then assess multiple alternatives before proposing the optimum solution.
CONSTRUCTION SERVICES & SITE DEVELOPMENT
- Topography, Access, Wetland, Stream, Watershed, Floodplain
- The Subsurface Investigation, Bearing Capacity, Foundation System Recommendations, Rock, Water Table
- Soil Suitability, Percolation Rates
- Preliminary Planning and Permitting
- Preliminary Layout and Land Use Studies
- Subdivision, Zoning, Zoning Change, Planning Commission Application
- State, Local and Federal Permit Applications for the Stream, Wetland, Stormwater, and Air
- Site Design
- Design Foundation Systems, Retaining Walls, Floors
- Structural Condition Evaluation and Analysis
- Failure Analysis
- Construction Testing
- Concrete Testing
- Steel Inspection
- Asphalt Testing
- Resolve Inspection Failures in fFundations and Framing
ON-SITE WASTEWATER DISPOSAL DESIGN AND ASSESSMENT
- Low-Pressure Pipe
- Surface or Subsurface Drip Irrigation
- Surface Spray Irrigation
- Sand Filtration
- Peat Filtration
GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING & SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATIONS
SERVICES TO REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS
- Structural Assessment.
- Troubleshoot Cracks in Walls and Cracked or Sagging Floors
- Water Issues Such as Off-Site Encroachment or Water Intrusion
Geoscience & Technology, P.A. provides comprehensive services in a variety of environmental disciplines, including Environmental Site Assessment (ESA); Underground Storage Tanks (UST); subsurface sampling and monitoring well installation, air quality permitting, wetland delineation, solid and hazardous waste management, and stormwater management.
GeoSci's professional geologists and technicians are certified and experienced in all aspects of the industry, having managed projects from brownfields development to LEED certification.
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ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENTS (ESAS)
SUBSURFACE SAMPLING & MONITORING WELL INSTALLATION
UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS (USTS)
AIR QUALITY PERMITTING
Call us for information on our services - 336-896-1300
Excerpt from NC Dept. of Environment & Natural Resources
Raleigh, NC, 7/4/2008