EGSci completed a project mapping subsurface utilities across several acres of undeveloped and developed land for inclusion in the construction design at a large industrial complex. Additional services included using GPR, pulse induction, slab impulse response, and ultra-sonic methods to perform non-destructive testing on concrete retaining walls to measure the strength of the concrete and map the size and location of the rebar in the concrete.
In support of land transactions for the City, EGSci conducted a Phase I investigation and preliminary geotechnical investigation, consisting of 16 soil borings, for an approximately 20 acre site that the City was interested in developing into an industrial park.
An electrical resistivity imaging (ERI) survey was conducted in support of a feasibility study for commercially developing an aquifer for use as a source for bottled water. The ERI data were used in conjunction with borehole data to define the thickness of the aquifer in the vicinity of the proposed production wells.
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