Often incorporated into infrastructure development, geotechnical drilling involves the determination of sub surface soil and rock characteristics. Many of these projects include the installation of specific or specialized monitoring sensors to further gather vital data for a land owner. Not only restricted to initial infrastructure design, preparation and construction, this type of drilling extends into long term monitoring and preventative maintenance scheduling in many developments we utilize every day.


This type of drilling would include:


  • Feasibility studies
  • Soil investigation study
  • Failure analysis
  • Potential building site identification
  • Foundation design
  • Ground movement monitoring
  • Slope stability monitoring
  • Earthworks
  • Erosion monitoring
  • Permeability and density investigation