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CEI Receives Prequalification for Geotechnical Services from MassDOT

May 17th, 2018


CEI is proud to announce the expansion of the firms’ prequalified services for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) to now include Geotechnical services. CEI was recently approved for this new discipline adding to the existing categories of bridge design, roadway design, hydraulics & hydrology, hazardous waste remediation, wetlands and water quality.


 CEI has successfully completed dozens of task orders for MassDOT through the years that have included stormwater BMP design, regulatory review, statewide guidance development, and water resource consulting. CEI is a civil engineering and environmental consulting firm that provides services to Federal, state, municipal and private clients throughout the Eastern U.S. CEI has DBE/WBE status in several states including Massachusetts.


Geotechnical services:

Transportation- Bridges, Culverts, Roadways, Storm Water/Underdrain Systems, Retaining Walls, Revetments and Waterfront Facilities

Institutional Facilities- DPW Garages, Parking Garages, and Storage Facilities

Utility Facilities- Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants, Water and Wastewater Pump Stations, Water Tanks, Water Mains and Sanitary Sewers

Specialty Services- Dam Inspection and Rehabilitation Design, Seepage Analysis, Dam Break Analysis, Seismic Analysis, Vibration Analysis, Settlement Evaluations and Pile Load Test Analysis.

Foundation Systems:

Conventional Spread Footings

Structural Mat and Grade Beams

Deep Foundations including: Wood Piles, Pipe Piles, Steel H Piles, and Auger Cast Piles

Subsurface investigation and in situ testing:

Drive and Wash Borings

Auger Borings

Vane Shear Tests

Hydraulic Conductivity/Packer Testing

Cone Penetrometer

Piezometer Installation for Settlement Evaluation

Rock Coring/RDQ Evaluation


For more information on CEI's Geotechnical services please contact our Regional Program Director Sebastian Amenta, P.E. @ samenta@ceiengineers.com

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