Geotechinical Engineering

1.Site Investigation:
a. Drilling in Rock, Boulder and Gravels as well as soft formations.
b. In situ tests including SPT, dynamic and static cone penetration tests.
c. Laboratory analysis of soil and water samples.
d. Preparation of comprehensive reports.

2. Foundation Design:
a. Design of any foundations for residential, commercial or industrial development, bridges.
b. Ground improvement works using recently developed feasible techniques.

3. Soil and rock mechanics:
a. Evaluation of settlements and stability of structures.
b. Design of embankments and retaining structures.
c. Stability assessments and design of slopes in soil and rock.
d. Design of ground supports and excavation methods for underground structures.

4. Materials investigations:
a. Conducting geological surveys for construction materials.
b. Drilling boreholes, digging trial pits and logging to assess quantities.
c. Conducting various laboratory tests to establish material properties.

5. Engineering Geology:
a. Geological and geomorphological mapping for highways, dam sites, reservoir sites, reservoir basins etc.
b. Detailed geological surveys of strata and discontinuities for slope design.
c. Air photo and satellite imagery interpretation.

6. Hydrogeology:
a. Ground water resources evaluation.
b. Drilling test wells and designing wells.
c. Drilling and installation of deep tubewells.
d. Development and testing of new as well as old tubewells.
e. Rejuvenating old tubewells.

Construction of Fly Over Bridge at Baneshwor

Jacia Sindhuli