The downtown stretch through the Village of Beulah features decorative brick pavers, street lighting, bench seating and decorative planters.
Combined with ground control, Gosling Czubak uses an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) to complete aerial inspection and mapping with accuracy and efficiency.
Gosling Czubak assisted the Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy in creating an accessible trail to link the trailhead to the top of the 300' bluff.
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Gosling Czubak completes regular soil and monitor well sampling for various clients subject to strict environmental regulations.
Gosling Czubak provided engineering, testing and inspection for a 225' tall blend silo at St. Marys Cement. Constructed using a slip form process, this 24-hour operation ran continuously for two weeks. The base of the silo, 106' in diameter, is composed of 1,400 cubic yards of concrete. The total structure placement was in excess of 3,500 cubic yards.
In the infancy of this exciting project in the Village of Bay Harbor, Gosling Czubak performed the geotechnical evaluation of the proposed building site and provided foundation recommendations to deal with the site’s mining history.