Risk Analysis + Design



Our engineers, scientists, and architects perform risk assessment analyses to identify probable future failures and partner with you to develop plans and designs to allow you to move forward with peace of mind. We employ integrated surface and subsurface engineering, while leveraging data analytics and state-of-the-art numerical modeling technologies to design pragmatic and lasting solutions so you accurately and effectively map, model, monitor, and manage your risk.

Geotechnical Design + Site Investigations

Commercial and residential developers trust us to provide industry-leading geotechnical design reports and risk-mitigation strategies (including our own, proprietary strategy, Limited Site Investigation, LSI®), which help identify areas of increased risk and reduce costs.

Construction Observation + Monitoring

Using tiltmeters, vibration monitors, and other tools and sensors, our trained technicians and engineers monitor and evaluate the construction of buildings and infrastructure projects.

Offshore Geotechnical Analysis

We provide subject matter expertise as advisory/consulting services overseeing seabed foundation design/analyses problems, specializing in preventing and mitigating seabed-structure interactions in deep and ultra deep water and very soft soils using advanced numerical modeling.

building cladding

Bryant offers building cladding services through our sister company Nexus who provides durable, energy- efficient building envelope solutions working in conjunction with design and construction teams to best serve your needs. From start to finish, we provide our clients with comprehensive envelope design solutions, while never sacrificing constructability, performance, and sustainability.


To minimize leaks, pipeline owners rely on our proprietary Earth Factors Risk Modeling® monitoring system to analyze multiple GIS data sets and deliver a risk map to the client’s pipeline infrastructure, scalable from neighborhood to nation, so clients can monitor and get real-time notifications of potential risks when soil characteristics and changing moisture conditions, among other variables, affect and stress underground pipelines.