PensacolaGeolocation: 30.537, -87.1988
Terracon provided geotechnical engineering and construction testing services for the 20+ story Beach Club Condominiums on Pensacola Beach.
The Pensacola office opened in December 1998 as Gallet & Associates Gulf Coast, Inc., and joined with Terracon in 2009. The office provides environmental, geotechnical, construction materials engineering and testing, and facilities services. Terracon's professionals have performed projects ranging from small commercial buildings to large condominiums to roadways. The Pensacola lab has AASHTO accreditations in soil, concrete, grout, stone, and aggregate. We are also accredited to perform laboratory testing by the Florida Department of Transportation and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Terracon provided the geotechnical engineering analyses and construction observation and testing services for the 20+ story Beach Club Condominiums on Pensacola Beach, Fla. Services provided during the initial phase consisted of overseeing field services and providing geotechnical recommendations for building foundation design, general site work, and pavement design. As the project proceeded to construction, Terracon provided observation of the auger-cast pile installation, auger-cast pile load test, as well as compaction testing, concrete testing, and observation of the post-tensioning of…
Terracon is providing on-going environmental services at a wastewater treatment plant in northwest Florida that was contaminated by a large release of methanol at the facility. Services provided include comprehensive site assessments of soil and groundwater, significant monitoring, and remediation recommendations.
This project encompassed many hurdles from difficult site conditions to limited drilling access, extensive analysis due to multiple spills, dense underground piping, high flow rate of ground water, miscible contaminants of concern, and construction dewatering.
Superfund SiteGeolocation: 30.4213, -87.2169
Technical Advisory Services
Terracon is providing on-going technical advisory services under an EPA Technical Advisory Grant to a community organization; the work is oversight of cleanup at a Superfund Site in northwest Florida that was formerly a wood treating facility.
Services provided include oversight of EPA-funded activities for OU-1 (soil contamination) and OU-2 (ground water contamination) cleanup at this former wood treating facility.