The aim of a slope stability assessment report is to assess the potential risk of slope instability or landslide for a proposed development in its existing and post developed state.
Note that our slope stability assessment is a qualitative risk assessment only. It is not to be seen as a slope stability analysis or design report, nor is it intended to quantify a geotechnical factor of safety or certify the design as provided by the client.
A report on the determined landslide risk is delivered, reflecting the results of the methodology adopted by STA Consulting Engineers. This incorporates:
We have over 30 years’ soil testing experience and complete hundreds of geotechnical investigations every year, giving us a deep understanding of local conditions throughout Queensland and NSW.
With our own NATA accredited laboratory, we thoroughly test and analyse materials. Because we have full control over the testing process, we produce extremely reliable data for every project.
With decades of data across hundreds of thousands of soil tests, we’ve developed local and regional profiles of soil compositions, along with wind ratings, bushfire assessments, and other ‘site estate specific’ data.
STA is a one-stop engineer with a service range that delivers three key advantages:
Pre-planning your engineering needs means you won’t have to keep re-booking an engineer when you need a particular service. It creates efficiencies that cut service times and save you money by pulling together the services you’ll need, at a lower overall price.
With all your engineering done by a single organisation, your consultants tap into a deeper knowledge of the site and the project, which leads to high quality outcomes, with more opportunities for innovative solutions.
While STA always takes legal responsibility for its engineering designs, an up-front engineering services package makes it easier to trust our work with a strong mutual commitment, and reduced risk of potential interruption or delay.