At Case Foundation, we value our clients and recognize that they deserve the best we have to offer. That means the right foundation system for the job, installed safely, within budget and delivered on time. And since Case is a multidisciplinary company, we can combine several techniques within a single site to provide a complete foundation package.
Consistently providing this level of service takes more than skill and experience. It also takes teamwork. At Case, working together means everyone, from site personnel to project managers to the company president. But our belief in the value of teamwork extends far beyond an internal company focus. We also work closely with architects, engineers, construction managers and contractors from project conception to conclusion, providing the preconstruction services and on-site management availability and expertise that will resolve concerns quickly and optimize scheduling.
What this adds up to is a level of contracting performance that brings our clients back to Case time and time again.
The Technology You Want. The Experience You Need.
Urban congestion is a fact of construction life, both above and below ground. As good building sites continue to shrink, superstructures get taller and subterranean office and parking levels increase. High, concentrated building loads and excavation to greater depths through less than ideal soils and high water tables are commonplace. Even old infrastructure such as abandoned subway and freight tunnels may be encountered. Transportation routes also must meet the demands of a highly mobile workforce and vacationing population, resulting in more and more elevated highways, new road and water bridges, and upgraded railways. Case knows the many foundation issues that must be addressed in today’s market. We have the technologies that address those issues, and the experience it takes to make those technologies work.
Case Foundation’s extensive drilling capability and equipment inventory allows the company to step outside the foundation market to meet difficult or specialized project requirements for heavy civil applications.