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    Why hire a geotechnical engineer? Geotechnical engineers are trained to evaluate the stability of natural elements such as various soil and rock types before construction begins on a new building. For this reason, geotechnical engineers are typically found within the architecture and construction industries and are commonly employed with civil engineering firms.

    Geotechnical engineers also evaluate important factors about the surrounding area such as proximity to a fault line and the state of the local bedrock. Both of these factors could have a significant impact on the decision whether or not to build at a certain location.

    Recognizing the need for structural stability, any organization that is considering the purchase or construction of a new building should consider discussing the project with a geotechnical engineer to ensure the safety and stability of the structure before moving in. Current standards in the industry require that these engineers possess at a minimum a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering. However, many organizations require a Master’s level degree.

    As an industry outsider unfamiliar with this geotechnical engineering and without the formal training required in the industry, the learning curve may seem steep and lead to significant frustration as well as setbacks such as failure to comply with local code and requirements for geotechnical safety. Trying to determine the structural soundness of a particular plot of land without experience is not advisable. The solution to this issue however is rather simple: hire a geotechnical engineer.

    A public project is a great way to get your geotechnical engineering project started on Freelancer. Write a detailed description of your project outlining your objectives and expectations and wait for the competitive bids to roll in! Posting a public project on Freelancer is free and a great way to get your feet wet in the world of freelance engineering. A public project would be a great way to request help with geotechnical engineering designs as well.

    If you have a specific set of skills or experience in a freelancer, give the Freelancer Directory a try. Using the directory, you can search for a freelancer using a number of criteria to filter through the thousands of experienced geotechnical engineering firms available for hire on Freelancer. Once you find a freelancer that you are interested in, take a look at their profile. Take a look through their portfolios and reviews to help you make your final decision. Once you decide, you can even make the freelancer an offer directly from their profile!

    Still having trouble deciding on the perfect freelancer for your geotechnical engineering task? We understand. There’s a lot of great freelancers out there! Thankfully, the Preferred Freelancer Program has identified the top geotechnical engineering freelancers on the site and made them available to you via our Talent Recruiters. These recruiters will contact the site’s top talent and ask them to consider placing a bid on your project. Instantly gain access to competitive bids from the site’s top talent and get advice from our helpful recruiters. They’re sure to make your next geotechnical engineering project is a huge success!

    Freelancer.com has made finding a geotechnical engineer easier than ever, so don’t wait! Hire a freelance engineer on Freelancer today!