Environmental Services

Civil & Environmental Engineering Services

Civil & Environmental Engineering Services

SRP has licensed professional engineers on staff that offer over 20 years of both civil and environmental engineering experience.  SRP provides an array of civil engineering services on a regional basis to include governmental developments, utility designs, as well as residential and commercial projects.

SRP specializes in the following areas:
  • Field Inspections and Inventories
  • Site Development
  • Storm Water Management
  • Physical Condition Surveys

Geotechnical Engineering: From Start to Finish

SRP geotechnical engineering staff posses diverse expertise providing quality, state of the practice geotechnical engineering services on a broad range of projects.

We are involved at all stages of project development: preliminary site evaluation, site layout, and throughout construction. Typical projects range from preliminary geotechnical and geologic hazard studies through design and construction phase services, and include post-construction forensic investigations.

Geotechnical engineering studies performed consist of site subsurface exploration, laboratory testing, engineering analysis and report preparation. SRP offers drilling capabilities including dynamic cone Penetrometer and Geoprobe services. Geotechnical engineering tests such as moisture content, density, classification, Atterberg limits, gradations, proctors and swell-consolidation are performed in our in-house laboratory.

Laboratory testing is performed in accordance with applicable procedures by ATSM, AASHTO, ACI, Corps of Engineers and other recognized agencies. Geotechnical engineering study reports include field and laboratory test results, the results of engineering analyses, and conclusion and recommendations based upon theory and state of the practice technology, linked with practical and economic considerations of design and construction.

SRP continues to assist clients even after the report is prepared.  SRP can provide a geotechnical review of plans and specifications, as well as provide engineering and safety consultation during construction.

SRP is licensed in North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana and Hawaii.