Slope Risk Assessments (RMS & AGS)
Land instability is a major geotechnical hazard that affects many developed and undeveloped sites. Assessing the stability of a parcel of land takes great skill and experience, gained through years of study and mentoring by industry leaders. The assessment process usually involves a walkover mapping exercise at the commencement, in order to develop a concept geological model of the site. Later stages may then involve investigation, laboratory testing, movement monitoring, and computer stability analysis.
Asset's Principal Geotechnical Engineers and Engineering Geologists are among the industry leaders regarding slope stability assessment, and have carried out numerous assessments in accordance with the latest Australian Geomechanics Society (AGS) guidelines, and the latest Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) procedures (Version 4).