ForensisGroup Earthwork Expert Witnesses are well-versed in all manner of earthwork. The term “earthwork” is commonly thought of as an embankment or other construction made of earth. Earthwork includes excavations (cuts) and embankments (fills), and encompasses all kinds of materials excavated and placed in embankment: soil, granular material, rock, shale, and other random material. Many of ForensisGroup’s Earthwork Experts are Licensed Civil Engineers with expertise in land surveying, design, construction, and quantity control. Their consulting services include forensic engineering, analysis of groundwater seepage, investigation of earth and concrete construction failures, and the evaluation of mine backfilling conditions. Earthwork Experts also conduct analysis of ground conditions and construction difficulties for deep foundation projects, slope stability and stabilization, soil engineering, and evaluation of geophysical data for assessment of geologic and geotechnical site conditions.
Along with the engineering work devoted to earthwork, other Earthwork Experts are involved with clearing and grubbing, trees and stump removal, scalping, removal of structures and obstructions, channel excavation, preparation of foundations for embankment, disposal of excavated material, subgrade preparation, soil erosion, and siltation control.
Earthwork Experts provide support and technical help in the supervision, consultation, inspection, and engineering services to owners, builders, lending institutions, and other engineers.
ForensisGroup has been assisting attorneys, law firms, insurance investigators, and other public and private agencies find experienced and credentialed expert witnesses since 1991. Contact ForensisGroup us or Submit An Expert Request Form to let us work with you find the right Earthwork Expert Witness for your case.