Geotechnical Consulting & Testing, Inc. (GC&T)
in 1990, Geotechnical Consulting & Testing, Inc. (GC&T)
provides quality professional engineering services to the development
and construction industry in the specialized fields of Geotechnical
Engineering and Construction Materials Testing and Inspection.
has the most up to date field and laboratory testing equipment to
facilitate accurate and cost effective performance of tests on soil,
concrete, and reinforcing steel testing. Our laboratory facility is accredited
by the Washington Area Council of Engineering Laboratories (WACEL) and
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
over two decades, GC&T has provided geotechnical engineering and
construction material inspection and testing services on thousands
of retail, residential, business park, warehouse, office,
medical, educational, hospitality, places of worship and public
improvement projects throughout the Washington, DC Metropolitan area.
Our staff has provided their expertise on some of Northern
Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC largest projects including:
National Institute of Health
Cancer Research Center
The Secret Service Headquarters
The Ronald Reagan Building
(formerly known as the Federal triangle)
The Navy Federal Credit Union
The Dulles Airport Main Terminal
UOSA Waste Water Treatment
Alexandria Waste Water Treatment
Port Potomac (980 Homes)
Eagle's Point (800 homes)
Harbor Station (2000 homes)
Wayside Village (500 homes)
Fort Belvoir Family Housing (1800
South Village (400 homes)
Quality Assurance / Control
GC&T, Inc. has a comprehensive in-house Quality Assurance and Quality Control(QA/QC) Program.
Our instituted and implemented Quality Assurance Manual is
available to our clients for their review upon request. This
document focuses on quality control measures that apply
during project execution ensuring our work
is technically appropriate, accurate, and complete. A summary of the
in-house Quality Control Program is as follows:
field inspectors are certified by the Washington Area Council of
Engineering Laboratories (WACEL), American Concrete Institute (ACI),
and/or the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) in Soils,
Concrete or Asphalt. The field inspectors work directly under the supervision of registered professional engineers.
The inspectors, who perform soil compaction testing utilizing a Nuclear gauge, must attend an eight (8) hour Nuclear Gauge and Radiation Safety Training seminar.
Each inspector, when employed, spends a minimum of 40 hours in training
offered in-house to become familiar with the company policies and
our field staff is interconnected to a telecommunications network that
keeps them in continuous contact with our project engineers. At
least one engineer is present in the office at all times when
inspectors are working in the field to provide assistance and to answer
questions if required.
engineering and testing services are supported by an accredited
in-house materials laboratory that enables us to efficiently perform
the tests necessary to analyze the different construction materials and
establish their engineering properties. Our laboratory facility
is inspected by the AASHTO Materials Reference Laboratory (AMRL) and
the Cement and Concrete Reference Laboratory (CCRL) of The National
Institute of Standards and Technology and WACEL at regular intervals to
review our testing and inspections procedures.