Geotechnical studies

Our aim is to define the geological, hydrogeological and topographical general framework of astudied site and taking into account the project’s surroundings.

  • Identification of existing hazards with respect to natural risk: detection of cavities, general stability of a site (compared to landslides for example), seismicity.
  • Definitions of earthworks: feasibility, reuse of materials, holding of embankments and excavation walls.
  • Defining the influence of nature and the distribution of geological formations on the construction and design of the work.
  • Definition of the impact on the environment surrounding the project: stability of slopes and nearby buildings.