New three-story, 325,000-SF research facility.
The project is a redevelopment of a portion of the former Chrysler manufacturing facility, now part of the University of Delaware’s Science Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus.
GTA provided environmental, geotechnical, construction observation and testing services.
2019 ENR MidAtlantic Best Projects winner in the K-12 Education category.
New $35.4M, 151,958-SF elementary school which accommodates 1,200-students.
Geotechnical services, CPT soundings, SPT borings, infiltrometer testing, laboratory analysis.
Construction testing for site grading, subgrade soils and utility construction; bituminous concrete pavement; laboratory testing; and structural steel.
Geotechnical engineering, wetland delineation and permitting, and COT services for the 407-acre Residential Planned Community.
This 913-unit community focuses on environmental protection and enhancement, and was design to preserve over 139 acres (36%) of open space with 90 acres (50%) of the existing forest remaining for trails and passive open space.
Performed a Phase I ESA for preparation of construction of Cellular Tower.
Performed a NEPA evaluation, which included the evaluation of visual and direct effects on historical properties.
Performed a balloon test to evaluated the proposed tower effects on historic buildings nearby.
Performed archeological monitoring during construction due to the presence of artifacts.
Subsurface exploration, laboratory testing, geotechnical engineering, and COT services for Phase I and II expansions to the behavioral center.
Foundation recommendations, infiltration testing for use in design of SWM facility and Best Management Practice, and pavement evaluation and recommendations.
Provided special inspections in accordance with IBC during construction of the expansion project.
Performed exploratory drilling to evaluate the potential for locating a new UDCUP water supply well.
Performed a 48-hour pumping test on the existing UDCUP well to evaluate the potential for increasing the permitted well withdrawal rates.
GTA coordinated efforts with the City of Newark Director of Public Works and DNREC.
GTA prepared a Water Allocation Permit Modification for increased withdrawal based on the results of our evaluation.
Public/private joint venture between DNREC and La Vida Hospitality Group.
200-seat oceanfront restaurant and event facility located at Delaware Seashore State Park.
Geotechnical engineering; electronic Cone Penetration Test (CPT) soundings extending upwards to 100 feet deep; COT services including Class B timber and 12×12-inch concrete pile installation, vibration monitoring during pile installation, and site visits and reports for bank draws.
Subsurface exploration and COT services for a new 9-level Air Traffic Control Tower.
Geotechnical investigation included a 120-foot-deep boring for evaluation of deep foundation options.
Special inspections during construction consisted of concrete testing, structural steel inspection, and evaluation of fire-proofing materials.
Structural steel observations during the demolition of the former Air Traffic Control Tower.
Subsurface exploration, laboratory testing, geotechnical engineering, and COT services.
Shear wave tests and post construction dewatering recommendations for foundation and pavement design.
417,000-SF, 3 levels of underground parking for 511-cars, requiring excavations of about 32 to 44 feet.
5-story and a 7-story buildings connected by pedestrian bridge, retail, 198 apartment units, elevated courtyard, and resort-style swimming pool.
Provided wetland delineation and permitting services for the 1.5-mile utility alignment project.
Coordinated with USACE, DNREC Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands Section and Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program.
Obtained USACE authorization to use Nationwide Permit 12-Utility Line Activities.
Obtained State Subaqueous Lands authorization & coordinated with Delaware SHPO for issuance of a Cultural Resource Survey Concurrence letter.
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