GCI provides a complete range of practical, cost-effective geotechnical engineering, environmental and field services to help clients manage risk and make timely informed decisions. GCI serves clients throughout the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic states from three Ohio offices.
GCI provides a broad range of geotechnical engineering expertise services, subsurface exploration and soil testing to assist clients in managing underground risk.
GCI provides a full range of environmental assessment, inspection and remediation services to assist clients throughout environmental due diligence, design, clean-up and construction.
GCI's Construction Materials Engineering and Testing (CoMET) services provide continuity for clients from design throughout construction. GCI keeps clients' construction projects on track with knowledgeable experienced professionals, a full-service in-house materials testing laboratory and a problem-solving approach that consistently yields creative cost-effective engineering solutions.
GCI's structural steel testing and non-destructive examination (NDE) testing staff are trained and certified to provide a broad range of observation and testing services to keep clients' construction projects on track and compliant with applicable codes.
Building Envelope Consulting
GCI’s BEC services provide independent review, testing, and observation to confirm that building envelope elements are installed according to specifications so the building performs as designed, the long term integrity of the building envelope is improved, and building operation and maintenance costs are minimized.
Post-Tensioned (PT) Concrete Services
GCI provides inspection services for each portion of the reinforcing steel and PT system installation process.
Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC)
GCI provides engineering, laboratory testing, and field testing for RCC pavements in heavy-use or industrial applications where strength and durability are especially important.
Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) is commonly known as "cable radar" and was initially used by the cable TV and communications industries to find problems in coaxial cables. This time-tested technology was adapted by GCI's Kevin O'Connor to monitor movement of foundations, roadways and slopes as well as changes in groundwater conditions and soil moisture. Coaxial cables and probes are used for remote automated surveillance of large volumes of soil or rock.