Geotechnical construction is a branch of civil engineering that focuses on the design and construction of structures and infrastructure projects in or on the ground. It deals with the interaction between the physical properties of the earth (soil and rock) and the built environment. By effectively managing the interaction between the built environment and the earth’s subsurface, geotechnical construction projects can improve the safety, longevity, and performance of structures.
Budinger’s staff of experienced geotechnical engineers leads our geotechnical construction team in the design, construction and installation of soil, slope, and foundation stability systems. As the foremost local provider of geotechnical construction, Budinger is committed to providing modern, cost-effective, and most importantly long-term solutions to our clients.