Western Technologies’ - Lake Havasu, Arizona location has provided engineering and testing services in association with our Fort Mohave office since 1987. Areas of service include:
Engineering and Consulting Services
- Construction Materials Testing
- Geotechnical Engineering
- Special Inspection
- Materials Engineering
The Lake Havasu office has a staff consisting of engineers, special inspectors and materials testing technicians. Available laboratory services include conventional tests on soils, aggregate, asphalt, concrete, and masonry products. Together with Western Technologies – Phoenix, our laboratory services are accredited by AASHTO re:source (AMRL and CCRL) and the Arizona Department of Transportation.
Western Technologies’ - Lake Havasu routinely provides geotechnical engineering services to assist developers and designers with site evaluations and soil reports containing foundation and earthwork recommendations. Under the umbrella of the International Building Code (IBC) and local building departments, Western’s Special Inspectors perform inspections of reinforced concrete, structural masonry, structural steel and bolting, welding, soils and foundations systems, and fire-resistant materials.
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Across from Lake Havasu City, Arizona on the California side, is the highly-anticipated expansion of Havasu Landing Resort and Casino. The expansion will consist of a 25,000 sf lakefront property that will feature a new casino, four-story hotel, upgrades to the adjacent marina, asphalt paved parking lots, and off-site roadway improvements. Western Technologies worked closely with the Chemehuevi Indian Tribe and their design team through the design process. Western performed various geotechnical evaluations for the proposed building, parking lots, and roadways. We also conducting soil stabilization monitoring of the deep dynamic compaction, earthwork testing, and environmental services.
Lake Havasu City Municipal Airport opened at its current location in 1991. It is one of the newer municipal airports in the Southwestern United States and is an active General Aviation airport operated to FAA Part 139 standards. It is a unique, modern facility near the western foothills of the Mohave Mountains that hosts more than 146 based aircraft. Western Technologies performed construction materials testing, and inspection of subbase soil, base course and asphalt for the runway extension.
Western Technologies was retained to perform the geotechnical evaluation, special inspections, and construction materials testing for the new headquarters of the Bureau of Land Management in Lake Havasu City. The building is a 14,000 sf, steel and masonry building that comprises new office spaces and a warehouse facility. Site improvements included asphalt paved parking areas, concrete sidewalks, and steel shade canopies.