Ground and foundation soil surveys: Quality and efficiency from a single source
Rely on our individual and innovative solutions in the field of geotechnics to lay the groundwork for your project and ensure the optimum use of your resources: With DMT you have a reliable partner at your side for ground surveys, subsoil surveys and assessments of structural damage. DMT's interdisciplinary teams including specialists from test centres and expert bodies will support and advise you independently and competently in every single planning phase of your construction project. Our experts ensure the smooth coordination and cooperation of specialist planners and construction workers and guarantee you planning reliability. With our support you achieve transparency and security in your scheduling and budget planning and maximum functionality and profitability in ongoing operations.
We support you in every phase of project development
The starting point of our consulting for all geotechnical aspects of a project is the determination of fundamentals by carrying out a site survey. Our experts initially focus on the quality and efficiency of your construction project, assessing your building site with regard to its design. They carry out analyses of technological and process feasibility, identify and evaluate risks and optimise the interfaces between all the tasks involved. In doing so, they pay close attention to your schedule and keep an eye on your project as a whole: In addition to project management, they support you in the preparation of qualified tender documents and advise you on offers and contracts.
Further services at a glance:
- Subsoil surveys for foundation planning (strip foundations, individual foundations, floor slabs, bored piles)
- Assessment of subsoil, foundation consulting
- Planning and statics for excavations in built-up areas
- Analyses of technological and process feasibility
- Geotechnical monitoring
- Identification and evaluation of risks
- construction management
- Project development
- acceptance inspections
- Building damage analyses