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It’s all too easy to get out of your depth. During system installation, you may encounter conditions that will force you to change your engineering designs. Then there’s the question of what to do with the water you remove. The presence of natural or man-made contaminants, such as arsenic or toxic metals, may demand a discharge treatment solution to comply with federal, state, and local statutory requirements. Soil type and permeability, groundwater and excavation depth, contamination risks—any miscalculation on these variables can quickly cascade into bigger problems, putting your project severely behind schedule and over budget.
It’s important to remember that when you remove groundwater, you change the makeup of the soil. This can cause geological instability. Improperly designed dewatering solutions can result in unwanted subsidence, erosion, or flooding.
Don’t risk putting your project—or your company—in jeopardy. Whatever your project or budget parameters, Griffin has the expertise and the solutions to meet your needs.