Geotechnology Awarded Contracts on Missouri Bridge Program and Army Corps of Engineers Project
Geotechnology Inc., a provider of geotechnical and environmental engineering, materials testing, drilling and subsurface utility engineering, has been selected to provide various services for two projects:
Missouri Safe & Sound Bridge Improvement Program - Geotechnology has won a $1.59-million contract from Kiewit Construction to provide drilling and lab testing to support the construction of 476 bridges through the Missouri Safe & Sound Bridge Improvement Program. Geotechnology was chosen to be a sub consultant by KTU Constructors (Kiewit, Traylor Brothers, Inc. and United Contractors, Inc.) who won a Missouri Dept. of Transportation contract in May, 2009, to build a total of 554 bridges by the end of 2013. Geotechnology’s work will conclude at the end of March, 2010.
Army Corps of Engineers’ Mississippi River Valley Project - Geotechnology was selected as a sub consultant by Palmerton & Parrish Inc., Springfield, Mo., for geotechnical exploration, relief-well pump testing, and piezometer falling head tests within the geographic limits of the Mississippi River Valley Division. The team won the contract from the St. Louis District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.