Cryogenic Core Collection allows for high quality subsurface data by improving soil recovery during core removal and storage. Freezing soil cores preserves bio-molecules as well as the distribution of pore fluids and volatile compounds. Continuous subsurface frozen cores can be obtained by Drilling Engineers.
Soil and groundwater samples collected with a Geoprobe 7822 DT track rig inside a warehouse with a 12-foot high door and 13-foot high ceiling.
We just added a 2016 CME-55 to our fleet! It won’t look this good for long!
NQ Wireline Core Drilling on Grand Ditch in Rocky Mountain National Park in order to investigate the subsurface conditions for the repair design of a tie back or micro-pile stabilization foundation of the Grand Ditch embankment breach in 2003.
Environmental Engineering students from the University of Colorado watch as Drilling Engineers demonstates how to collect soil samples, install, develop and sample Monitor Wells.
YouTube Barge Drilling Custom Drilling Barge designed for ease of transportation. Drilling and soil sampling for both Geotechnical and Environmental projects. Seen here completing a soils investigation for the future expansion of an existing reservoir near Erie, Colorado.
Forensic Investigation for a settling foundation near Golden, Colorado. Drill Rig – Geoprobe 7822 DT with 4″ Diameter Flight Auger
Soil test drilling with Hollow Stem Auger (HSA) for a proposed sediment (burn debris) pond at the mouth of the Poudre River north of Fort Collins, Colorado. After the High Park Fire. Drill Rig – CME-75
Monitoring the breathing zone at an Environmental Soil and Groundwater investigation in Denver, Colorado. Drill Rig – CME-75
Drilling with Flight Auger for a proposed cell tower transaction near Douglas, Wyoming. Drill Rig – CME-75