Let’s talk about subsurface composition...


Within the Lehigh Valley and a significant portion of the Delaware Valley, carbonate geology or limestone dominates subsurface conditions.  Sinkhole activity, pinnacles and sometimes very hard shallow rock can be found—all requiring focus during the geotechnical investigation.  In outlying areas, general depth to and quality of bedrock, in-situ soil conditions and the presence of groundwater add unique complexities to each project site.  A thorough understanding of these kinds of subsurface conditions and their impact on the proposed development is crucial when considering project budgets and schedules.

A good engineering team can see a project through to its entirety, dealing with construction issues as they arise: Isett can provide that interface with constructability.