Geotechnical Engineering includes the investigation and engineering evaluation of earth materials including soil, rock, groundwater and man-made materials and their interaction with earth retention systems, foundations and other civil engineering works. The practice involves interaction of the principals of soil mechanics and the earth sciences and requires a knowledge of engineering laws, formulas, construction techniques and performance evaluation of civil engineering works as influenced by earth materials.
Engineering Geology includes geologic and seismic hazard investigations, slope stability analysis, dams, tunnels and other structure evaluations.
Today’s complex and challenging project needs demand professionals can integrate depth of experience on a diverse range of projects with advanced technology and continuity of service from planning to final construction. At SEI our chief focus is on surpassing our client’s expectations on-time and on-budget in the following areas of expertise: