Eustis Engineering is a professional geotechnical engineering and construction materials testing firm.
For more than 65 years, Eustis Engineering has provided innovative geotechnical solutions to our clients
in New Orleans, Southeast Louisiana, and the Gulf Coast Region. Our services include geotechnical engineering,
construction quality control and materials testing, dynamic pile testing, soil boring and laboratory testing,
cone penetrometer technology and geotechnical instrumentation. We have a critical role during the design and
construction phases of multi-story buildings, bridges, coastal restoration projects, warehouses, tank farms,
grain silos, port facilities, bulk terminals, pipelines, transmission lines, power plants, levees, flood walls,
bulkheads, retaining walls, pavements, excavations and dewatering systems.
A few signature projects include the Louisiana Superdome, One Shell Square,
and the Causeway Bridge that spans Lake Pontchartrain.
National WWII Museum Receives Major Donation to Help Complete Expansion
The National World War II Museum received a gift of $20 million from former Board Chairman Boysie Bollinger on 24 March for the campus expansion project.
Special Report: How New Orleans is making a ‘serious problem’ worse with its levees, pump stations
President Bill Gwyn shares expert insight on Louisiana soils in The New Orleans Advocate.
The Yulman Stadium
Yulman Stadium is currently under construction at Tulane University’s Uptown New Orleans campus. Yulman Stadium will be an open air football stadium with a seating capacity of 30,000. The project has an estimated cost of $73 million. Read More...
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