Richard Goettle, Inc.
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Richard Goettle, Inc. began as a small general contracting company in 1956. The founder, Richard J. Goettle, III, joined with his colleague, Thomas A. Buzek, to help build schools, churches, interstate highway bridges, water supply and treatment facilities. Many of these projects required deep foundations or earth retention systems. Realizing the growing need for advanced engineering relating to geotechnical construction projects, Messrs. Goettle and Buzek dared to leave general contracting and create a national, geo-construction company specializing in design-build deep foundations, earth retention systems and marine construction. In 1968, Larry Rayburn was convinced by Mr. Goettle to join the efforts to bring this vision to life.
These three entrepreneurs led the company into the world of driven piles, drilled piles, retaining walls and marine work that has expanded as an American, employee owned company, and is composed of a highly respected group of individuals who continue to lend a personal touch and genuine interest to the client's needs.
Our goal as an industry leader is to provide value beyond the completed construction project. We seek to earn the trust and respect of our clients by providing both quality and value through the thoughtful integration of engineering and design disciplines, and by building lasting relationships as evidenced through the clients who repeatedly request our services on their projects. We are proud of our steady, conscientious work force, dedicated to provide a safe work atmosphere in order to meet today's stringent budget and schedule constraints. Our history of providing these services is long-standing, the completed projects are impressive, but the best spokesmen for our company's excellence will always be our clients.
Solid engineering, state of the art equipment, innovative construction techniques, creative problem solving and many years of experience are the hallmarks of what Richard Goettle, Inc. has to offer its clients.
We welcome the opportunity to help solve the complex geotechnical construction issues on your next project.