Terracon is a 100 percent employee-owned consulting engineering firm that has provided quality engineering services to clients since 1965. From its roots in geotechnical engineering, Terracon has evolved into a successful multi-discipline firm specializing in environmental, facilities, geotechnical, and materials services for private and public sector clients. Today, Terracon has more than 3,500 employees and more than 150 offices in 42 states.
Terracon’s Jacksonville office maintains a full-service advanced geotechnical laboratory that is regularly evaluated, inspected, and validated by agencies such as FDOT, AASHTO, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Terracon’s laboratory and drilling resources are complemented by a Jacksonville staff of over 30, including seven registered professional engineers.
9655 Florida Mining Blvd. West, Suite 509
Jacksonville, FL 32257
Phone: (904) 900 6494
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WPC, A Terracon Company (WPC) has provided subsurface exploration, engineering consulting, and laboratory testing on the widening and construction of frontage roadways for approximately three miles of interstate highway in 2008. WPC performed extensive subsurface exploration including auger borings, standard penetration test (SPT) soil borings, cone penetration test (CPT) soundings, and flat blade dilatometer test (DMT) soundings to define the subsurface soil and groundwater conditions, to determine the general descriptive relative density and consistency of the subsurface soils; and to…
WPC, A Terracon Company (WPC) has provided services since 2000 for the airport. The first phase of the terminal expansion project included a six level, 2400-space parking garage structure along with vehicle and pedestrian circulation improvements including new roadways, elevated walkways, and moving sidewalks. WPC engineers provided foundation inspection, laboratory testing and ongoing geotechnical consultation services in support of our initial geotechnical design effort for the facility. The second phase consisted of the terminal expansion in 2001, which included the widening of the…
Nodarse & Associates performed a Geotechnical subsurface exploration for the NB and SB Collector-Distributor System which runs through Downtown Jacksonville. Improvements include new lanes, new bridge structures, bridge widening, MSE Walls, Stormwater Ponds, new roadway alignments, and miscellaneous structures such as overhead signs and mast arms. Project limits extend from San Diego Road north along Interstate 95 to the Fuller Warren Bridge over the St. Johns River. The field services were performed by seven drill crews operating barge-mounted, truck-mounted, track-mounted, and…
Nodarse & Associates performed a Geotechnical subsurface exploration for the new training facility located on Naval Air Station Jacksonville. N&A then provided construction materials testing and inspection services during construction of the new facility. Several design changes required post-design involvement of the Nodarse engineers during construction.
WPC, A Terracon Company (WPC) has provided subsurface exploration, engineering consulting, and laboratory testing for the widening for approximately 7 miles of a 4-lane divided highway in 2010. WPC performed extensive subsurface exploration including auger borings and standard penetration test (SPT) soil borings to define the subsurface soil and groundwater conditions, to determine the general descriptive relative density and consistency of the subsurface soils; and to obtain soil samples for examination, classification, and laboratory testing.