In the past, WWU had experienced significant difficulties during construction dealing with unforeseeable subsurface conditions. Almost every project encountered changing order due to finding of unknown subsurface condition, in particular the depth of bedrock was found much deeper than expected. The so unique characteristics of bedrock profile at the WWU campus is perhaps due to the glacial geology, which shaped the ground in several tens of thousand years ago. The profile on the campus is so unique that in one place bedrock is outcropping while 2 fee away, bedrock may dip into 20 feet below. Therefore, accurately determining the bedrock profile is a key factor in cost control during construction and maintaining predictable construction schedule. Many efforts with various methods had been tried with no success until Merit Engineering starting work with the university. Merit Engineering employed computer software technique into bedrock profile modeling incorporating field test results successfully predicted bedrock profile. Until now, the method has been tried in three major projects: Haggard Hall Renovation (~$20,000,000 construction value); Student Recreational Center; and Communications Facility. All three projects proved the very success of the modeling results. No unknown subsurface conditions (especially the depth of bedrock) were encountered in all three projects, so there were no change order due to surprising subsurface conditions. Therefore, significant savings and predictable schedule have been achieved.