Geophysical techniques provide key insights into environmental projects. Georadar can be used to detect buried objects, such as underground storage tanks, building foundations, underground tunnels as well as burial sites. 

Electromagnetic (EMVLF) and electrical resistivity surveys are methods that are commonly employed for mapping of contaminant plumes, soil/overburden, bedrock geology, buried debris etc.

Magnetic surveys are ideal for detecting buried drums and delineating variations in landfills.


For information on our ground or marine geophysical offerings, please visit the dedicated sections of our website.


For more information, please contact our Airborne Survey Team