A single geophysical survey provides one part of a typically complex picture.
Multiple targets and changing geologic or background conditions typically
require using several geophysical and complimentary investigative tools.
Knowing when and what to use is the key to success.
Proper project development:
- Define the objective and scope!
- Characterize the environment.
- Combine all available data types.
- Work closely with the client!
Compare the cost of digging with
a backhoe to locate an abandoned dump site with the cost of conducting a quick
and non-destructive magnetic survey on your property and you will be pleased
with how geophysics can help your bottom line.
Every environmental or geotechnical problem presents a unique set of
challenges. We would be glad to discuss your project with you. Whether you need
to locate the depth and position of rebar in a bridge deck or define the
stratigraphy of a golf putting green, geophysics may provide valuable
information collected in a non-destructive manner. Be sure to peruse our
sample projects to see some examples of
geophysical investigations in action.