Join DRI's free webinar, "Dirt Impacts Your Life - Bet You Didn't Know How Much!", Tuesday September 17, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST. Click here to register!
Hosted by DRI, S-E-A Geotechnical Engineers Mark Drotar and Jason Ball will provide a better understanding on when to consult with a geotechnical engineer with construction experience regarding your case.
Soil and soil-related issues are impactful in an astonishing number of construction claims and lawsuits. Are construction delays costing your client money? Is soil a factor? If your client has a construction-related claim and is a general contractor, grading contractor, structural engineer, architect, civil designer, inspection company, soil may be related to the claim. Were the soils considered properly during design? It is a tangled web woven on a construction site, given the interaction between prime and subcontractors, inspection duties, duty to potect, control the site, duty of design professionals, etc.
Learn more about S-E-A Geotechnical Discipline here.
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