We make the ground work for you…®
Whether it be Geotechnical Reports, Construction Materials Lab Testing & Inspection, Phase I Environmental Site Assessments or anything from the list below, Geotechnical & Environmental Services provides you what you most need: reliable, qualified information to help you make critical decisions on your project(s).
GES is classified as:
- Nevada Business Enterprise
- Local Small Business
Helping you avoid the unforeseen
Helping you prevent catastrophic, unseen costs or liabilities is our number one goal. Geotechnical & Environmental services are designed to identify unseen hazards in your development projects and reduce future possibility of earth driven damage and costs.
Every day, the GES professionals come to work with a single goal in mind; to serve our clients to the best of our abilities. We accomplish this by performing at a consistently high level and with a degree of expertise expected from the GES and Eagle Drilling team.
We begin a project with a friendly welcome, and finish by delivering peace of mind through our extensive analysis and reports.
GES is a Silver sponsor for the Nevada Economic Development Coalition and has been since the inception.
To cover a gap in funding, the RTC partnered in 2013 with local leaders, the business community, state legislature, Governor Sandoval and the Clark County Commission to support Fuel Revenue Indexing (FRI) to keep pace with material and labor costs, generate funds for critically needed transportation projects and create jobs. Fuel Revenue Indexing (FRI) dollars are generated each time a motorist fills up their vehicle with gas. A portion of what we pay at the pump from January 2014 to December 2016 is funding more transportation projects and creating jobs in Southern Nevada.
Call us today to discuss your project needs. 702-365-1001
Las Vegas, NV
7150 Placid Street
Las Vegas, NV 89119
530 Commerce Street
Mesquite, NV 89027
5301 Longley Lane, Suite 116
Reno, NV 89511
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