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Bryant Consultants: Helping Assess, Identify and Reduce Risks for Homebuilders

Engineering concerned with the engineering behavior of earth materials before initiating any site construction plays the most important role in the building procedures, materials, lifespan of building, risks involved, etc. Geotechnical and Geoscience Engineering uses principles of soil mechanics and rock mechanics to investigate subsurface conditions and materials.
Being unique in its own industry, Bryant Consultants strives to provide its clients with the most accurate description of the subsurface, surficial and structure conditions at the site using the state-of-the-art technologies and analysis so that a realistic evaluation of the site’s present state is provided. Their Geoneering TM approach is multi-disciplinary, utilizing geoscience and engineering to evaluate risks, identify and solve soil structure interaction problems, and mitigate the effects of the site anomalies.
Bryant Consultants
Bryant Consultants Incorporated (BCI) Headquartered in Carrollton Texas, are Civil, Structural, Geotechnical Engineers and Geoscience and Forensic Consultants. BCI offers comprehensive geotechnical and geoscience consulting expertise to help assess, identify and reduce risks for clients during the site development process. The company also offers design services, field testing, observation, geotechnical engineering, soil structure interaction investigation, structural engineering, permitting, platting and laboratory testing.
Dr. John Bryant, President of Bryant Consultants, is the principal in charge of all engineering operations including forensic, geotechnical, geo-structural and geophysical modeling and testing. Dr. Bryant is a fourth generation Aggie. His passion has always been to seek the truth and he applies that philosophy in solving complex Earth Science problems.  He is an Engineer and Geologist by trade, however his valued Clients consider him the fore-leader in forensic engineering.
Geoneering by BCI
Geoneering™ is a multi-disciplinary approach using geoscience and engineering to evaluate risks, solve soil structure interaction problems, and mitigate the effects of site anomalies. This “geoneering” approach has been the basis for the development of their patented Limited Site Investigation™ process for homebuilders in order to systematically identify and delineate the gross anomalies and higher risk areas of a site associated with soil-structure interaction phenomena. The Limited Site Investigation ™ process combines soil boring, ground water sampling and resistivity analyses in a patented combination to evaluate subsurface anomalies with the state of the art accuracy.
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Bryant Consultants provides proprietary solutions through the utilization of exclusive techniques and disciplines developed by its world-renowned research and development team. These solutions include an in-house laboratory facility, state-of-the-art geophysical methods such as electrical resistivity (GMMIR)™, ground penetrating radar (GPR), electromagnetic surveys (EM) and seismic refraction as well as other field exploration techniques.
They also provide Field Testing & Observations, Geotechnical Engineering, Soil Structure Interaction Investigation, Structural Engineering, Permitting & Platting and Laboratory Testing.
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Although their operations are based in the North Texas (Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex) area, their firm maintains a staff of five licensed professional engineers which, all together, are licensed in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Utah.
Employing licensed professional engineers with extensive education, design, analysis, and forensic experience in geotechnical and structural engineering enables their firm to fully understand soil-structure interactions and its capability to cause damage/distress to structures.