Geotechnical Engineer

Geotechnical Engineers help builders excavate underground projects and work with experts who manage challenging land renewal projects. When cities want to expand their underground mass transit systems, they call in geo-technical engineers to oversee the tunneling; when developers erect skyscrapers, geo-technical engineers assure that the bedrock can safely sustain the pressure of new structures and the people they will support. Outdoors, geo-technical civil engineers work with emergency management planners to reinforce the banks of flood-prone rivers, or plan dams and levees to regulate water flow. They even coordinate the placement and the design of landfills or quarries to minimize environmental impacts.

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