Our qualified engineers prepare geotechnical reports based on field investigation in accordance with municipal guidelines
Our qualified engineer will complete a site evaluation/investigation to provide remedial options and geotechnical design recommendations
Paterson Group personnel will complete topographic surveys and use available mapping to analyze slope stability in accordance with local conservation authority guidelines
A site-specific seismic array will be installed by the Paterson Group Specialists to analyze the soil/bedrock seismic shear wave velocity in accordance with the latest version of the Ontario Building Code.
Existing Building evaluation and investigation completed in accordance with City of Ottawa guidelines to evaluate the potential for foundation damage due to Tree dewatering of sensitive soils.
Paterson personnel specializing in foundation drainage and waterproofing design will provide full design and inspection services to assist in design of below grade building levels and infrastructure.
Geotechnical design parameters provided by a qualified engineer based on site specific bedrock formation and quality.
Temporary and permanent frost protection design for buildings and infrastructure based on site specific soil/bedrock characteristics.
Paterson Group personnel specialized in development over sensitive marine clays.
Completed by qualified staff experienced in proximity study for proposed developments located in close proximity to existing/future rail lines/major infrastructure
Soils testing, such as Atterberg limit testing, Grain Size (Sieve) Distribution Testing, Shrinkage testing, moisture content to support tree planting setback recommendations in accordance with City of Ottawa guidelines for Tree Planting Setbacks for Sensitive Marine Clay soils.
Periodic monitoring completed by trained staff using a high precision laser level to confirm on-going settlement associated with
Design programs and installation for specialized instrumentation equipment to monitor potential movements of temporary shoring and/or short-term dewatering