LouisvilleGeolocation: 38.2491, -85.5105

Terracon's Louisville office has been in operation since 1999. Our services include geotechnical services, condition surveys, forensic engineering, environmental services including Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments, limited site investigations, and site remediation services including design of soil vapor systems and site cleanup. The Louisville office also provides Special Inspections and construction materials engineering and testing on various public and private construction projects.

13050 Eastgate Park Way, Suite 101
Louisville, KY 40223

Phone: (502) 456 1256
Fax: (502) 456 1278




Ben Taylor, Office Manager

Key Projects

Clark Regional Medical Center (CRMC) Replacement HospitalGeolocation: 37.9901, -84.1797
The 131,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art hospital was designed to replace CRMC's current facility which was built in 1967. The new 79-bed hospital included space for many important medical services, including a modern emergency department, surgical suites, and a women's services unit. The building will also feature an energy efficient design that incorporates a geothermal heating and cooling system. Geotechnical services provided by Terracon included conventional drilling and geophysical mapping of shallow bedrock utilizing seismic techniques, evaluation of seismic site class conditions,…

Galt House Parking GarageGeolocation: 38.2527, -85.7585
The Galt House Parking Garage is a new eight-story post tension cast-in-place parking garage approximately 234,500-square-foot in size. The new parking garage was supported on 18" diameter 125-ton capacity auger-cast piles. A steel connector bridge was also constructed over 3rd Street connecting to the new University of Louisville Yum Center basketball arena. Services provided by Terracon included value engineering to shorten the original pile design prepared by others. This was confirmed by field load testing prior to installation of more than 500 auger cast piles. Other Special…

University Residences Brownfield RedevelopmentGeolocation: 38.2527, -85.7585
Terracon performed environmental, geotechnical, and construction materials engineering and testing services during the planning and design phase of the University Residences redevelopment. The 42.5 acre site is located at 620 West Shipp Avenue on the former American Standard Foundry property. The site was utilized for industrial purpose for more than 150 years. Closely located are a drum refurbishing facility and a former petroleum storage and distribution facility. All sites have known soil and groundwater contamination. Terracon acted as project manager for the regulatory closure and…