Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering

GLA provides geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering services for a wide range of commercial and infrastructure projects across the United States. GLA’s nationally recognized practitioners specialize in leading and performing services that enable the most efficient use of geotechnically and geologically challenging sites through application of advanced technologies and proven practice leadership. Scopes of our services are carefully planned and are designed to provide our clients with dependable, cost-effective solutions. Our scopes of services are customized for each client and regulatory environment to meet aggressive design, construction, and approval schedules. Our design and construction support projects are supported by our in-house geotechnical, geoenvironmental, geosynthetics, and moisture retention testing laboratories, civil design and environmental professionals, and field services personnel.

Practice Specialties

Dams, Dikes, Reservoirs, Levees, and Water Conveyance and Infiltration Systems
Brownfield Development, including Construction over former Landfill Sites
Geohazard Response, Evaluation, and Mitigation
Specialty and Conventional Structural Foundations
Earth Retaining Structures and Excavation Support
Construction Management and Construction Quality Assurance

Advancing the State of the Practice

Our geotechnical / geoenvironmental group is led by Neven Matasovic, PhD, PE, GE. He has advanced the state of the practice through collaboration in applied research and development with leading universities. Recent topics include development of models for evaluation of stresses and strains in composite liner systems during seismic events, development of nonlinear effective-stress site response analysis models, and contribution to seismic design of municipal solid waste and hazardous waste landfills through back-analysis of case histories and advanced testing of difficult to sample and test geomaterials. Dr. Matasovic is an active contributor to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) sponsored projects and has co-authored technical guidance documents for FHWA and Transportation Research Board of the National Academies.

Dr. Matasovic leads a team of focused geo-professionals which includes eight California-Registered Geotechnical Engineers (GEs) and nine Certified Engineering Geologists (CEGs).

Contact:

Neven Matasovic, PhD, PE, GE | 657.218.4708 | nmatasovic@geo-logic.com

     

 

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