HartfordGeolocation: 41.6466, -72.6358

Terracon's Hartford office was formerly JGI Eastern, Inc., a 21-year-old company with offices in Hartford, CT, Scarborough, MA, and Manchester, NH, when it was acquired by Terracon in 2007. The Hartford office offers a comprehensive range of services in the fields of environmental and geotechnical engineering, hydrogeology, and construction monitoring and testing. We currently have around 50 employees at the Hartford location.

201 Hammer Mill Rd.
Rocky Hill, CT 06067

Phone: (860) 721 1900
Fax: (860) 721 1939




Jerry Salsgiver, P.E., Office Manager
Jill LaBruna, Corporate Service Representative

Key Projects

Naval Submarine BaseGeolocation: 41.3501, -72.0784

Pier 6 Replacement Terracon was retained by American Bridge Company to provide geotechnical engineering and construction materials testing services for the project which consisted of the demolition of three existing piers and the construction of a new submarine pier. The original geotechnical evaluation for the project, which was completed by others, was based on subsurface explorations completed only on land. Terracon performed suplemental subsurface explorations in the area of the new pier by utilizing drill rigs placed on barges. Terracon worked with the Navy to modify design…

Saint Francis HospitalGeolocation: 41.7637, -72.6851

John T. O'Connell Tower Addition Terracon was hired by Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center to provide construction materials testing services for an approximately 318,000 s.f., ten-story addition to the facility. Our materials testing services included review of H-pile installation, earthwork activities, concrete placements, masonry construction, structural steel and cold-formed steel erection, and structural steel plant inspections in both the United States and Canada. During the excavation phase of the project an adjacent five-story brick structure, which was being underpinned,…

Winchester Repeating Arms Facility RemediationGeolocation: 41.3082, -72.9282

Terracon worked with John Moriarty & Associates, Inc. to develop project health and safety work practice standards that were implemented during the decontamination and renovation of the approximately 230,000-square foot building. Historically, the building was used for the manufacturing and testing of firearms. Residual dust on surfaces inside the building was determined to contain significant levels of lead. Also, soils contaminated with volatile chlorinated solvents and petroleum hydrocarbons at levels that exceeded remediation standards, were present beneath the floor of the…