Fort CollinsGeolocation: 40.5621, -105.0282
The Fort Collins office opened in 1960 and offers services in geotechnical, environmental and construction materials testing. With a staff of approximately 15 employees, we provide services to public clients, as well as banks, developers and A/E firms.
Terracon was selected by Skanska USA Building, Inc. to perform construction materials engineering testing and observation services for the new Centers of Disease Control, Division of Vector Borne Infectious Diseases Replacement Laboratory. The laboratory is located on Colorado State University's Foothills Research Campus in Fort Collins, Colorado. The new four-story, 156,000-square-foot facility houses Biosafety Level 2 and 3 laboratories. The deadliest pathogens - kept in Biosafety Level 4 labs - are housed in the Centers for Disease Control facility in Atlanta, GA.
Terracon was selected by Colorado State University (CSU) to perform geotechnical foundation engineering and construction materials engineering testing and observation services for the new $13 million Indoor Practice Facility (IPF) and $7 million Academic and Training Center (ATC) Athletic Department. Terracon's services provided during construction included, geotechnical foundation and pavement recommendations; earthwork, hot mix asphalt, concrete, masonry, field/laboratory testing, observations and consultations; reinforcing steel and caisson (drilled shaft) observation; vapor emission…
As the brewery has grown into one of the largest in the country, Terracon has provided geotechnical, environmental, and construction materials services through several expansion projects on the site. These expansions have included a water treatment facility, brewhaus, malt house, tank farm, miscellaneous office buildings, and many others over the past 15-20 years. Currently, Terracon is working on a geotechnical investigation for continued expansion of the brewery at a site adjacent to the current facility.