GRL Engineers, Inc. is a professional engineering firm that specializes in providing testing, analysis, and consulting services for the deep foundation industry worldwide. The firm was founded in 1976 by the Case Western Reserve University research team that developed the Case Method of dynamic pile testing and the Pile Driving Analyzer® (PDA) system for performing the test. Since its incorporation, GRL has continued to expand its capabilities in this field through in-house research efforts and several funded studies, most notably in the area of wave equation technology and hammer performance evaluation.
The innovative pile testing methods originally developed by the principals of the firm are now applied worldwide, resulting in improved foundation solutions, better quality control and often significant savings of foundation costs or construction time. GRL Engineers performs dynamic pile monitoring (on land or offshore), dynamic load testing, integrity assessment of driven piles and drilled shafts, drivability analysis, data review and training, as well as research and development projects in the field of deep foundation testing systems.
GRL Engineers, Inc. maintains its corporate headquarters in Cleveland, OH with offices in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington. GRL engineers travel frequently throughout the United States as well as overseas and to offshore locations around the world.
All applicants are required to provide proof of eligibility/authorization to work in the United States to be considered for employment at GRL Engineers, Inc.
- Staff Engineer – GRL-California The GRL Staff Engineer is responsible for performing dynamic, static, and specialty quality assurance tests on driven piles, drilled shafts, and other deep foundation types… Learn More >
- Staff Engineer – GRL Illinois The GRL Staff Engineer is responsible for performing dynamic, static, and specialty quality assurance tests on driven piles, drilled shafts, and other deep foundation types… Learn More >