Research & Testing
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)
The Georgia Tech Research Institute is a highly-regarded applied research and development organization. Each day, GTRI’s science and engineering expertise is used to solve some of the toughest problems facing government and industry across the nation and around the globe. GTRI redefines innovation by tackling customers’ most complex challenges with the right mix of expertise, creativity and practicality. Our expert scientists and engineers turn ideas into workable solutions and then put those solutions into action. GTRI has 76 active US Letters Patents, 43 pending US patent applications and 15 pending provisional applications in the United States.
Colorado state University (CSU) Engineering Research Center
Colorado State University’s Hydraulics Laboratory is part of a unique research facility designed for hydraulic model studies, hydraulic performance testing and research in the fields of open channel and closed conduit hydraulics. The laboratories are located at the Engineering Research Center on the Foothills Campus approximately four miles west of Fort Collins, Colorado. Chris Thornton, Ph.D, P.E., is the director of the ERC.
Florida Atlantic University Geotechnical Testing Lab
- multiple direct shear devices
- static and dynamic triaxial testing machines
- unconfined compression devices, and a group of ten consolidation testing machines.
The laboratory is used extensively to conduct projects sponsored by federal, state and local agencies and private industries.