Geotechnology Helps to Locate the Boundaries of Old Potter’s Field in Kansas City

November 9th, 2010

Geotechnology performed non-destructive testing services to help locate the actual boundaries of a historic Potter’s field cemetery in Kansas City, Missouri. Ric Tanner, a Geotechnology project manager, performed various non-destructive testing methods including ground penetrating radar and magnetics to determine the location of unmarked graves at the site. This information will also be used to help identify the boundaries of the cemetery. The client is Mustard Seed Cultural and Environmental, and the owner is the City of Kansas City. See photos and read more in the Kansas City Star!

Geotechnology Profiled in ACEC’s Engineering Inc. Magazine

January 21st, 2010

Engineering Inc. magazine chose to profile Geotechnology and our role in the Ameristar Casino Resort Spa hotel and parking garage project in the January/February issue. The multiple-project feature on Innovations in Land Development includes four firm profiles and projects. Engineering Inc. is a national publication published by the American Council of Engineering Companies.

Read the article on page 16 of Engineering Inc.

Overland Park Office to Provide Services for Oklahoma City Crosstown Freeway

November 25th, 2009

Geotechnology was awarded subcontracts for the Oklahoma City I-40 Crosstown Freeway project. Geotechnology will perform over 900 pile dynamic analysis (PDA) tests for two retaining walls and 30 PDA tests for a bridge. Geotechnology is looking forward to providing responsive services to the joint venture of Allen Contracting and Manhattan Road & Bridge.  The project owner is Oklahoma Department of Transportation.

Geotechnology Works with Keystone Award-Winning Clients & Projects

November 10th, 2009

Geotechnology is proud to work with all of its clients and project teams, including the projects and general contractor winners of AGC of St. Louis’ 12th Annual Construction Keystone Awards. We enjoyed helping clients and owners successfully reach their goals by providing the following services:

The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis – McCarthy Building Cos.
Building Construction Project $40 million or more

Construction materials testing and observation services to McCarthy.

Bank of Washington in Washington, Missouri – H.B.D. Contracting, Inc.
Building Construction Project $10 million to $40 million
Geotechnical engineering, construction materials testing and observation services to H.B.D.

The Magic House, St. Louis Children’s Museum – Paric Corp.
Building Construction Project under $10 million

Geotechnical engineering, pavement design, construction materials testing and observation services to The Magic House.

CityGarden – BSI Constructors Inc.
Industrial/Infrastructure Construction Project $10 million or more

Geotechnical engineering, construction materials testing and observation services to Gateway Foundation.

Old Post Office Plaza – Kozeny-Wagner, Inc.
Industrial/Infrastructure Construction Project under $10 million

Environmental, geotechnical, construction materials testing and observation services to Downtown Now!

Novus International Global Headquarters – Clayco Inc.
Sustainable Construction

Subsurface exploration, geotechnical engineering and StructureScan Ground Penetrating Surveys to locate rebar and conduit in concrete floor slabs for building renovation and addition.

Geotechnology & Palmerton & Parrish, Inc. Win USACE Contract

September 25th, 2009

Geotechnology was selected as a subconsultant by Palmerton & Parrish, Inc. of Springfield, Missouri for geotechnical exploration, relief well pump testing and Piezometer Falling Head testing within the geographic limits of the Mississippi River Valley Division. Geotechnology is supporting Palmerton & Parrish in this potential five-year agreement awarded by the St. Louis District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The team has a history of collaboration since the early 1990s and both Missouri firms have a history of supporting USACE contracts.