Soil Testing


The quality of the soil on your site plays a key role in your construction projects. As a result, you need to identify the characteristics of the soil to determine its ability to support your structure.

Various tests on soil are conducted to decide the quality of soil for building construction. Some tests are conducted in laboratory and some are in the field. The tests on soil are as follows.

• Moisture content test

• Atterberg limits tests

• Specific gravity of soil

• Dry density of soil

• Compaction test (Proctor’s test)

Why use soil testing from TSCLAB for your construction projects?

Our soil testing services examine your soil’s chemical and geotechnical properties, enabling you to:

Determine the suitability of the soil and assess whether it can accommodate your construction project.

Identify the different types of soil on your site and their location.

Test your soil for strength, density, compaction, contamination, organics and sand content, and assess their impact on your construction project.

Gain the data you need to compile technical and safety data reports to support planning permissions and license applications.

Get precise results and observe the development of the soil throughout your construction project for maximum quality and safety