TulsaGeolocation: 36.0948, -95.869
The Terracon Tulsa office offers geotechnical, environmental, construction materials engineering and testing, and facilities services to all of Eastern Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas. Broken Arrow, Owasso, Claremore, Jenks, and Stillwater are a few of the growing communities the Tulsa office serves. Terracon has been providing engineering services since 1981. With a staff of 35 engineers, geologists, scientists, technicians, drillers, and administrative personnel, Terracon maintains the largest geotechnical and construction materials presence in Oklahoma. Tulsa office expertise includes commercial real estate property Phase I environmental site assessments (ESA) and Phase II ESAs, asbestos remediation, oil and gas, environmental, and facilities services such as forensics, energy audits, and property condition assessments. The office has conducted geotechnical explorations during design and quality control testing services during construction for commercial development, municipal development, bridges, roadways, retaining walls and soil, and rock cut and fill slopes.
The stretch of I-44 between Riverside Drive and Yale Avenue in Tulsa is one of the oldest sections of interstate in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation widened this area from four lanes to six, and upgraded the intersections at Riverside Drive, Peoria Avenue, Lewis Avenue and Harvard Avenue. Partnering with ODOT, Terracon provided the geotechnical and materials services on the bridge and roadway at I-44 and Lewis. Since its completion, the $400 million overhaul has greatly improved the traffic flow and safety for this corridor.
In 2011, St. Francis of Tulsa underwent one of the largest expansions in the organization’s history. Estimated at $200 million, the facility expansion added 150 patient rooms to the hospital, a new trauma emergency center and a new pediatric emergency center. These developments doubled the emergency room size and will help shorten the ER wait time. The project also included the construction of a new chapel, two helicopter pads and a 700-space parking garage. The geotechnical and materials services for this project were provided by Terracon.
Funded by the George Kaiser Family Foundation and a range of Tulsa businesses, the Gathering Place, located at 26th
and Riverside, will offer a state-of-the-art recreational and cultural park experience for the Tulsa community. Reflecting the culture and spirit of Tulsa, the park will offer a wide variety of features including an adventure playground, a lodge, a pond, a boathouse, a skate park, athletic courts, several gardens and two grand lawns overlooking the Arkansas River. Terracon was responsible for conducting the geotechnical and materials services of both Phase 1 and 2 of…