Who Bryant Consultants Is and Problems We Solve

Excellence in Forensic Analysis and Modeling

A New Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Traditional Geotechnical Engineering

Founded in 1996 on the principle of relentlessly pursuing hidden truths in soil and structures, Bryant Consultants’ CEO Dr. John Bryant dedicated himself to building a forensic firm to deliver a new approach to geotechnical engineering termed “Geoneering™.

Geoneering™ is a multi-disciplinary process using geoscience and engineering to evaluate risks, solve soil structure interaction problems, and mitigate the effects of site anomalies.

Geoneering™ Delivers When Solving Complex Geotechnical Forensic Problems

“Soil and materials keep their secrets,” is one truth Dr. Bryant holds to.  This means today’s geotechnical problems are due to a mix of engineering, environment and materials.

This is significant because traditionally, geotechnical engineers have relied heavily on industry-accepted assumptions and empirical relationships in developing design parameters of foundations, retaining wall structures, and earth structures. However, a given soil matrix can be highly variable, extremely complex, and can exhibit a certain non-uniqueness in material compositions and engineering properties. For these reasons, a degree of uncertainty exists in every applied geotechnical decision and parameter.  Thus, Dr. Bryant took a different tact, combining many disciplines into one approach known as  “Geoneering.”

How Bryant Consultants Can Help You

The firm specializes in research, analysis and expert witness testimony for law firms, insurance companies, home owners, oil and gas, off shore drilling operations and more. Our expertise traverses:

Soil and Materials Analysis Using Proven Geoforensic Analysis Tools

Our consultants employ state-of-the-art geophysical methods for site analysis such as:

  • Electrical resistivity (using the patented GMMIR® method)
  • Ground penetrating radar (GPR)
  • Electromagnetic surveys (EM)
  • Seismic reflection and refraction

Other field techniques are used as well, such as conventional geotechnical exploration, LiDAR, and site instrumentation and monitoring.

As a distinction, our team also employs advanced numerical modeling and visualization programs including PLAXIS, SVOFFICE, and SLOPE/W as well as proprietary software packages that allow for the development of high-quality, accurate simulations of the subsurface.

To learn how our team can help you uncover the solution to the most complex of soil and materials problems, reach out to our team today or email information@geoneering.com.

If you have a specific request for proposal, please submit it using our online form.

References can be provided upon request.