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Geotechnical engineers research and study soil to evaluate its suitability for foundations. They investigate and assess construction sites, conduct lab tests, create designs for structures, supervise construction, and write and present reports. They work on such projects as designing tunnels and roadways, retaining walls and earth dams, as well as helping to create strategies for the clean-up and management of contaminated sites.
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