Make Sure Your Project Starts Right
The determining factors for success on construction projects start well before groundbreaking the first ground break. Putting the time and resources into ensuring your project site is geotechnically sound and in regulatory compliance-ready and capable sets the project up for long-term success. Chosen sites with geological geotechnical issues that have not been properly addressed in the beginning stages, or go unnoticed, can have catastrophic and costly consequences as the project progresses. It’s critical to work with an engineering firm that has the experience and regional knowledge to set your project up for success from the very beginning...
Save Time, Money, and Resources
One of the biggest time drains can be governmental agency requirements and approvals. SoCalGeo has extensive local knowledge which allows us to efficiently navigate any regulatory condition that may impact your project. When you work with us you can be assured all regulatory aspects will be addressed, in the initial stages, keeping the integrity of your project timeline intact. With over 100 years of combined experience, we’re confident we can help you set the perfect foundation for your next project, and expedite the process, saving you valuable time and resources.
Services We Offer
The Southern California Geotechnical team has a staff of experts that enable us to provide a complete range of geotechnical and geologic services for any size project.
Most projects begin with the performance of a preliminary geotechnical investigation. These investigations are focused on providing detailed grading and foundation design recommendations.
We provide technician and engineering/geology support personnel to monitor the geotechnical aspects of a project during construction. These services are provided for ongoing SCG projects, as well as on projects where the preliminary report was prepared by another geotechnical firm.
SoCalGeo has performed infiltration studies on hundreds of projects in the Southern California region. Most projects will require some type of system to provide on-site disposal or treatment of stormwater.