Earth Tech, LLC Geotechnical Construction Services Announces New Location in Charleston

Earth Tech, LLC, responding to strong demand for ground improvement construction services in the growing Carolinas region, today announced plans to expand by opening an office to be located at 215 East Bay Street, Suite 402, Charleston, SC 29401. Earth Tech is a leader in specialty ground improvement design and construction services including Earthquake (EQ) Drains, Vibro-Replacement Stone Columns, Rigid Inclusions, Mass Soil Mixing, Vibro-Compaction, Tie-Down Anchors, Micro Piles, Helical Piles, and Ductile Iron Piles. Earth Tech’s Charleston office will be led by geotechnical consulting industry veteran Stephen Nickerson, PE and will open on November 6, 2017.

Ron Broadrick, President at Earth Tech, expressed enthusiasm for Earth Tech’s expansion into the Carolinas. “In recent years, Earth Tech has been a part of an increasing number of projects in the region,” said Broadrick. “Opening an office in Charleston will allow us to improve upon our existing presence while continuing to provide exceptional service to clients in the region.”

Earth Tech recently completed ground improvement construction of the E.A. Burns Elementary School in North Charleston, South Carolina, The Solana in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, and Buckwalter Place in Bluffton, South Carolina.


Earth Tech is a company committed to delivering superior solutions and extraordinary customer service to commercial construction and heavy civil projects throughout the Southeast. Since 1991, Earth Tech has earned a reputation as the leader in soil stabilization and ground improvement solutions. Headquartered in Land O’ Lakes, Florida, Earth Tech provides ground stabilization and ground improvement services to geotechnical engineers, structural engineers, and general contractors. For construction related firms and government agencies, Earth Tech’s Geotechnical Services division is known as the expert and reliable partner to implement engineering plans for securing deep foundations and solving soil stabilization problems.

For more information about Earth Tech, visit or call (843) 302-1777.