Brierley Associates is a privately-held national tunnel, trenchless, geo-structural and geotechnical design firm with offices strategically located across the United States. With over 80 underground engineers and geologists, Brierley Associates delivers recognizable value to our clients by providing cost effective and constructable solutions for underground and heavy civil infrastructure projects.
Our team understands that planning, design, and construction of subsurface projects is a complex mixture of client needs, contractual preferences, risk allocation, third party requirements, design criteria, and subsurface conditions.
Brierley Associates’ nationwide and international underground project knowledge-base is key to anticipating ground behavior and helping our clients with design and construction of successful projects, which is the cornerstone of Brierley’s business vision to…“Create Space Underground”.
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In this issue of InDepth Fossil Creek Pedestrian Tunnel-Ft. Collins, CO After years of planning , construction of the 70-ft by 14-foot diameter Fossil Creek pedestrian tunnel beneath active BNSF rail lines creates a vital link to recreational trails. Brierley Associates served as specialty geotechnical and geostructural consultant to
Look for Brierley Associates at these conferences DFI 43rd Annual Conference on Deep Foundations- Anaheim,CA Eric Lindquist of our Moraga, CA office and Charles Luxford of our Austin, TX office will be in Anaheim for the Deep Foundations Institute Annual Conference. The theme of the 43rd conference held October 24th –
Brierley Associates – AJ McGinn and Jacob Mitchell Invited Speakers DBIA Houston Chapter, in its mission for outreach and education, is holding a Public Agency Design Build Forum. Public owner /agency personnel at all levels who might be engaged in an upcoming design-build project will learn more
In this issue of InDepth Twin Stormwater Tunnels-Denver, CO Our friends at T&UC write about the Globeville Landing Outfall in Denver, CO — a $70-million box culvert project that includes a pair of 157-m (515-ft) long, 243-cm (96-in.) diameter storm water tunnels that pass beneath a busy
September 10-12, 2018 University of Denver, Colorado Celebrating its 11th year, the Breakthroughs in Tunneling Short Course is the longest running and most-attended course of its kind. Brierley Associates is the Main Event Sponsor and featured speakers include: Gregg Sherry, will talk about