Definition of geotechnical
: of or relating to geotechnical engineering
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The engineering and design phase of the project includes determining the air space of the cell, needed contours, and if additional geotechnical materials will be needed to avoid groundwater contamination.
But Louisiana contractors are losing out on engineering and geotechnical services jobs to out-of-state competitors.
In final design, however, after soil and geotechnical studies, it was determined that the bowl design would cost about $13 million, Ells said.
An earthquake fault has been discovered below Seaport Village, according to preliminary results from a geotechnical study, and that could force a redesign of the redevelopment plan for the 37-year-old specialty retail center.
Geotechnical engineers are also looking at a slide on Cleves Warsaw east of Van Blaricum.
A number of years ago, a geotechnical study was performed of the slopes above the road.
Geotechnical and/or environmental engineering firms are two that pop into my head.
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