JamestownGeolocation: 46.9078, -98.7007
Established in 1975, Midwest Testing Laboratory (Midwest Testing) has provided geotechnical engineering and construction materials engineering and testing services on a wide variety of projects in the upper Midwest, including North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, and Montana. Midwest Testing was acquired by Terracon in 2010 to enhance our services in North Dakota and surrounding states. Midwest Testing specializes in projects such as flood control, bridges and overpasses, high-rise and large commercial buildings, retail and residential developments, roads and runways, and slope stability. Midwest Testing offers geotechnical engineering services, specifically drilling, sampling, installations, and laboratory services. Midwest Testing also offers construction materials engineering and testing services including concrete engineering, hot mix asphalt, roofing, and soils testing.
609 2nd St. Southeast
Jamestown, ND 58401
Phone: (701) 252 9485
Fax: (701) 252 0407
Al Vesel, Office Manager
Midwest Testing Laboratory, Inc., A Terracon Company, provided geotechnical and construction materials engineering and testing services for the Jamestown Hospital, a newly constructed 100,000-square-foot critical access hospital. Geotechnical services included soil investigation and reporting. Construction materials engineering and testing services included tests of plastic concrete and compressive strength; floor flatness and floor levelness; soil compaction; mortar and masonry grout inspection; structural steel observations; tests of spray applied fireproofing; bituminous asphalt mix…
The Phase II water treatment plant improvements consisted of new construction of a two-story addition to the water treatment plant consisting of new clear well, filters, pipe gallery, and pump room. Midwest Testing Laboratory, Inc., A Terracon Company, provided geotechnical soil investigation and reporting, soil compaction testing, and tests of plastic concrete and compressive strength for the project.
The City of Oakes, N.D., upgraded a deteriorated water and sewer infrastructure within the city. One of the major challenges was to reconstruct the "downtown" blocks which consisted of the main business district. The area needed to be rebuilt quickly to minimize negative impacts to businesses.
Midwest Testing Laboratory, Inc., A Terracon Company, provided soil compaction testing, aggregate gradations, test of plastic concrete and compressive strength testing, and bituminous asphalt mix testing.