Onsite offers extensive route location, crossing design and install and geotechnical services for our forest sector clients. Onsite works with our clients to support each project through all phases of development from initial planning to as-built drawings.
Onsite Engineering provides bridge and major culvert design and inspection services. Onsite provides upwards of 100 general arrangement designs per year throughout the province. Every crossing site is carefully considered for site specific design requirements to determine the most cost effective solutions. Onsite strongly believes in having the design professional participate in the site survey and carry the project through the design phase to construction. Onsite combines survey capabilities with site inspection services and provides engineering advice for construction. Onsite also completes as-built review and record drawings for all of our design products.
Onsite Engineering has the skill and depth to provide road location services for all of our forest development clients. With our in house geotechnical personnel Onsite specializes in road layout on steep, complex terrain. Onsite personnel are familiar with the geological and climatological conditions such as soil and slope stability, subsurface drainage, and snow and icing elements which impact a properly designed street or highway system.
We design several hundred km’s of road per year. Road design packages are fully integrated with bridge designs, construction cost estimates and terrain stability and geotechnical assessment reports completed in-house. Onsite completes detailed phase by phase construction cost estimates based on road design volumes, machine rates and productivities.
Onsite’s geotechnical group includes engineers and engineering geologists that complete slope stability assessments, landslide assessments, and foundation geotechnical work for a wide variety of clients throughout British Columbia. We have developed a standard product that is focused on providing clients with a clear understanding of the potential landslide hazard and risk associated with a particular development in a format that clearly communicates our recommendations to manage that risk.