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Preliminary Geotechnical Reports, Geotechnical Feasibility Services, and Peer Review for Land Acquisition

Experienced real estate developers engage geotechnical services in the land acquisition phase. Preliminary Geotechnical Reports or Feasibility Services provide preliminary findings and conclusions regarding the geological and geotechnical conditions pertinent to future developments. Designers utilize these reports to begin their conceptual designs for infiltration systems and foundations and to provide construction cost estimates. Often a desktop Geologic Review or Geotechnical Peer Review of a seller’s is all that is needed, however, sometimes a limited soil exploration program is warranted to complete solid pro-forma and to shield the buyer from acquiring a problem site with hidden subsurface flaws. Our desktop reviews can be completed in days to meet tight land acquisition due-diligence schedules, and we can provide quick feedback and preliminary results on feasibility exploration sites.