Indiantown Gap National Cemetery is currently under construction with its Phase IV Gravesite Expansion. This expansion will add 13,002 gravesites to the cemetery consisting of 5,500 columbaria niches and 7,502 pre-placed crypts and casket gravesites. Two new internment shelters and an Honor Guard building will also be constructed with improvements to the front entrance, roadways, and parking spaces, as well as a new exit onto Biddle Road. The first columbarium was turned over in June 2012 with the entire project completed in October 2013. Earth Engineering Incorporated conducted a complete subsurface investigation for the cemetery. The investigation consisted of field test borings and infiltration testing program, laboratory soils testing, and a complete geotechnical engineering analysis and findings report. The design elements that were evaluated included structures, drives and paving, a proposed memorial wall, and burial vaults. EEI also provided construction testing and inspection services.
Fort Indiantown Gap, a National Guard Training Facility, contains the second most active helicopter airfield in the nation. It is now expanding on the operation with a new facility for helicopter maintenance. Earth Engineering completed the geotechnical investigation in 2011 and inspection work began three years later. Inspection work includes all earthwork, concrete testing, masonry testing, and steel inspection.