GTA’s York, PA Office Moves to a Larger Location to Accommodate Its Soils and Concrete Laboratory Expansion

Raab,John - GTA 3x4 cmykYork, PA – Geo-Technology Associates, Inc. (GTA), a national geotechnical engineering and environmental consulting firm, has announced that their York, Pennsylvania office, managed by Jonathan D. Raab, P.E., and Andrew J. Zmoda, P.E., P.G., has moved to a larger location to accommodate the expansion of their soils and concrete lab. Their AMRL certified soils lab is equipped to test soils and road materials for a variety of engineering tests, including lime and Portland cement stabilization, and full depth reclamation (FDR).

GTA’s new home is just less than two miles from its previous site. Jon Raab first opened GTA’s York office in April of 2005. Over the years, the office has grown from a one-man office to a staff of geotechnical engineers, geologists, laboratory technicians, and field technicians.

GTA’s York office’s new address is:

2292 Industrial Highway, York, PA 17402

Telephone and fax numbers remain the same: P) 717-318-5451; F) 717-318-5460.

GTA’s York team specializes in  a variety of geotechnical services including subsurface explorations, stormwater infiltration testing,  foundation design, retaining wall design including construction drawings, sinkhole investigation and repair design, road and subgrade stabilization, pavement design, slope stability analysis, natural gas well pad design, construction observation and materials testing, and environmental engineering.

Founded in 1985, GTA offers cost-efficient and creative solutions in the planning, design, and construction of commercial, industrial, residential, mining and reclamation, and infrastructure projects. GTA has a staff of over 230, with experience in nearly all areas of geotechnical and environmental consulting, drilling, construction observation and testing, and engineering. Strategically placed offices in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Virginia, Ohio, North Dakota, and North Carolina allow for effective coverage throughout the mid-Atlantic region, Dakotas, and Carolinas.