As communities become more developed and urbanized, the potential sites left for development bring with them a series of complications that can impact a project’s financial feasibility and ultimate success. One of the biggest challenges may be the geology and hydrogeology of the existing soils.
Cochran understands that a site’s terrain literally becomes the foundation upon which a project rests and that subsurface and potential unforeseen conditions can dramatically impact a project’s development costs. It’s therefore critical to offer our clients a full-range of geotechnical services that can help minimize their risk and maximize their project’s potential.
Site Evaluation Feasibility Consulting
Subsurface Exploration and Reports
Geology and Hydrogeology Studies
Foundation Recommendations / Evaluation
Excavation and Shoring Recommendation
Seismic Response and Documentation
Rigid and Flexible Pavement Recommendations
Soils Treatment and Recommendation
Slope Stability Analysis and Design
Retaining Wall Solutions and Design
Settlement Analysis and Monitoring
Managed by professional engineers with more than 25 years of experience; our fully equipped soils mechanics laboratory is equipped with leading edge testing instruments. All testing is conducted in accordance with ASTM procedures to ensure the highest quality results.
Cochran has tailored the environmental services we provide to meet the ongoing needs of our clients. Our private and governmental clients have encountered environmental situations in the development of their projects which require assessment, sampling, testing and oversight of corrective action.
Environmental Consulting and Compliance
Monitoring Well Installation and Maintenance
Oversight and Sampling for UST closures
Supervision of Excavation and Removal of Contaminated Soils
Evaluate Site Under the new Risk Based Corrective Action Evaluation Criteria
Perform Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
Wetland Determination, Jurisdictional Stream Evaluations, Permitting and Mitigation
Asbestos and Lead Identification and Assessment
Corps of Engineers / EPA Permitting