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To serve our clients
To serve our communities
To serve our people

At our core, we are driven to serve our clients, our communities, and our people.

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“WE ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT SOLVING CHALLENGES
AND MAKING OUR CLIENTS SUCCESSFUL.”

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Energy

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Transportation

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Industrial

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Institutional

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Commercial

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Government

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Water & Wastewater

Special Inspections and Design vs. As-built Conditions

TTL’s November webinar featured a presentation from Bo Cristwell, PE on Special Inspections and Design vs. As-built Conditions.  Bo discussed what special inspections are, the differences in special inspections and jurisdictional inspections, Special Inspection team roles, what special inspections are required by the International Building Code and examples of design vs as-built conditions. Click here…

Common Problems in Masonry Construction

TTL’s October webinar featured a presentation from Bo Cristwell, PE on Common Problems in Masonry Construction.  Bo touched on topics such as typical issues that arise during masonry construction, how to approach solving those problems, why Special Inspections are needed and also why they don’t always happen. Click here to download Bo’s presentation.

Evaluating Foundation Distress

TTL’s September webinar featured a presentation from Allen Dunn, MBA, PhD, PE on Evaluating Foundation Distress.  Allen discussed developing methodology for a forensic investigation, implementing the investigation using a “case study,” and understanding considerations for developing techniques for mitigation/repair/correction of the problem(s) identified. Click here to download Allen’s presentation.

Construction Best Practices: Pay Now or Much More Later

TTL’s August webinar focused on construction best management practices. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and states seem to be ramping up their enforcement activities, which can include fines and stop-work orders.  Making the correct environmental decisions can save your firm money and time.  Steve Newton, PE will discussed basic concepts to help you…

An Overview of the Navigable Waters Protection Rule Revised Definition

In January 2020 the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers finalized the Navigable Waters Protection Rule to define “Waters of the United States.” The new rule went into effect June 22. Click here to learn more about how the major changes of the rule may affect your project sites and clients’ needs.