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UNIVERSITY OF WEST GEORGIA, GREEK VILLAGE, CARROLLTON, GA

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Client: Hendessi & Associates

13 New Southern/Colonial style houses, 6 apartment buildings, a community building and associated parking/drive areas. The buildings are supported on traditional shallow foundations with slabs on grade, wood framing and EIFS and brick veneer exterior finishes.

Services Provided: Phase I Environmental Assessment; Geotechnical Exploration; foundation and subgrade evaluations; soil density and compaction testing; concrete field and laboratory sampling, testing and inspections; EIFS; wood framing inspections; NPDES stormwater monitoring

Photo credit: Hendessi & Associates

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