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Many construction sites have had a history of previous industrial use and therefore contain a wealth of potential problems when these sites are being developed. Alternatively, some sites possess natural buried features which again can cause unforeseen delays and an increase in costs in order to resolve.

By utilising a range of different non- intrusive geophysical techniques, we can map out a wide range of sub-surface features before any construction or excavation works begin.

Features such as depths, sizes and even type (in the case of rock strata) can be obtained and then presented the most suitable digital format.

Using unique 3D depth slicing methodology, we can supply data in a visual method that 'slices-through' the ground giving a far clearer impression of the extent of any "targets" present

ITS can provide information on the presence of many underground problematic underground features such as:

  •  Voids
  •  Old foundations
  •  Mine workings/pit shafts
  •  Redundant utility services
  •  Buried oil drums
  •  Tar pits and Hydrocarbon contamination
  •  UXO (Unexploded ordnance)

In order to detect and position such anomalies, we use a range of geophysical diagnostic equipment such as EM, Magnetometer, Linear Polarisation, Soil Resistivity, Gravity, Infra-Red Monitoring and GPR.


Example of Brownfield GPR Data

Example of Brownfield GPR Data


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