Geotechnical Engineering Projects

Jefferson City High Schools: Conducted pre-design investigations to support schematic through final design for the Jefferson City School District’s second high school on Mission Drive, and for additions and improvements to the current high school facilities on Union Street.  The projects include building additions, interior renovations, new parking and drives, and associated site development at the current high school, and development of a new building and campus on Mission Drive.

Helias Catholic High School’s Crusader Athletic Complex: Pre-design subsurface investigation and construction quality assurance services for Helias Catholic High School’s new sports complex.  Services included steep slopes analysis and design, foundation construction monitoring, controlled fill construction monitoring, and geotechnical consulting.  The new facilities include a football stadium, a soccer field, tennis courts, track and field facilities, parking, drives, public street improvements, and a pedestrian tunnel connecting the Complex to the existing campus.

Statewide Headquarters: Subsurface investigation and comprehensive geotechnical engineering evaluation to assist design team with design and construction of new statewide headquarters building, athletic training facilities, and site development for the Special Olympics of Missouri in Jefferson City, Missouri.  The planned site is a former aggregate quarry with extensive volumes and thicknesses of uncontrolled fill in stockpiles. 

Global Stability Analysis: Conducted global stability analysis of mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) retaining wall systems w/ wall heights ranging from about 14 to 30 feet for MOCAP Development Chapel Hill 3.  Provided construction quality assurance services during sitework and MSE wall construction. 

Athletic Complex Improvements: Subsurface investigation and preliminary geotechnical evaluation of planned new football stadium bleachers, concession and ancillary buildings, and track and field renovations for Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri.  Assisted design team in evaluating geotechnical impacts during program development and scoping.

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