MEC’s analytical environmental testing laboratory employs current methodology in the analysis of storm water, wastewater, ground water, and process samples. MEC has continued to invest in the latest analytical and environmental laboratory instrumentation to offer a wide spectrum of analytical services. We have the capacity to provide analytical services for small and large mining and industrial companies, utilities and municipalities. Our State of the Art Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) is a fully-integrated database, improving management from field sampling through report generation and invoicing. This ensures integrity of samples, precision of analytical results, and accuracy of documentation.
The various educational backgrounds and knowledge of our team provide MEC with the ability to offer comprehensive services within a contemporary analytical laboratory network. Below is a partial listing of our analytical services:
MEC is able to handle all of your soil analytical consulting and engineering needs, as well as your soil analytical testing requirements. Our goal is to present clients with accurate analytical results that enable them to evaluate their status with respect to local, state and federal regulations. McGehee Engineering Corp. performs a wide variety of Soil Analysis including but not limited to the following:
Concrete Analysis from MEC helps you ensure that the quality of your concrete complies with compulsory regulations and quality control standards. A concrete test is performed to learn more about the properties of a specific sample of concrete. We perform a number of different tests on concrete both, on a job site and in a laboratory. Because concrete is an important structural element, testing is mandatory requirement for many projects, and construction companies must provide documentation of their testing and results when asked to do so by government representatives MEC’s services become convenient and timely to help meet the needs of our clients. Test results are also kept on file in case a problem develops in the future.