Geotechnical Engineering and Consulting for Port Facilities
Braun Intertec provides a wide range of engineering and environmental services to handle large and small-scale port projects. Our team of specialists is experienced in handling the unique complexities of port facilities, confirming that your project is completed to meet objectives safely and securely.
Engineering and Construction Services for Port Projects
We provide a range of services and expertise specific to port projects. With offices throughout the Texas coast and Minnesota, we have the resources, equipment and knowledge to work with our clients on a multitude of projects that are part of the port infrastructure. Our services include (but are not limited to):
- Environmental consulting
- Phase I & Phase II
- Geotechnical engineering
- Building sciences
- Non-destructive testing (NDE)
- Onsite testing
Choose Experienced Consultants for Your Project
Braun Intertec has a proven track record of successful results for our clients. Our team of experts has provided services on several notable projects including the Corpus Christi VLCC Loading Facility, Port of Galveston CT1 Vista Wharf Improvements, LBC Ship Dock 5 and Calcasieu Lock 2017 South Chamber Guidewall Replacement and the GPLNG Material Offloading Facility in the Texas Gulf.
Our experienced team includes engineers, scientists, geologists and technicians certified through DOT Technical Certification Programs, International Code Council (ICC), the American Concrete Institute (ACI) program, American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) and American Welding Society (AWS).
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Meet Our Ports Leader
Business Unit Manager
Kevin Williams is the Braun Intertec transportation leader responsible for handling port projects. Since joining Braun Intertec, Kevin was hired to develop the Southern Gulf region. He started at the Texas City office and has worked within several of the Texas offices along the Gulf Coast, Kevin started his career as a field technician, and worked his way up to a supervisory role, which is what brought him to his current position as a transportation leader for complex port projects.
When working with clients to identify project needs, Kevin believes transparency and communication is essential. “If a problem comes up, I focus on the project to figure out what went wrong and how it went wrong,” Kevin says. “Then I immediately communicate with our clients and I spend however much time is needed to get ahead of the issue and resolve it. Our clients are valued and important, and I want to make sure they know that.”
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