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+ Geophysical Designs & Investigations

Our Company has significant experience in planning, executing and interpreting investigation results with the use of Geophysical Methods regarding both the provision and verification phases of the collected data on substratum properties.

The use of these methods is the (financially and time wise) optimum approach which, combined with geological investigations can ensure the correct imprinting of the substratum properties.

The execution of Geophysical Investigations concerns the following methods:

  • Vertical electrical sound
    Vertical electrical sounds, with safe results up to the depth of 200m for in depth imprinting of certain geological surfaces or layers of interest.
  • Electrical tomography
    Electrical tomography, the investigation depth of which is defined from their development and which are appropriate for the provision of the underground conditions at the projects’ foundation area but also for verifying and interpreting the narrow scaled geotechnical investigations results.
  • Seismic tomography
    Seismic tomography, regarding investigations, even in great depths, for the imprinting of tectonic structures and significant stratigraphy differentiations.
  • Cross Hole Tests
    Cross Hole Tests, for establishing the ground seismic parameters and the layer that structure the close foundation area in general of great importance projects.
  • Scans
    Scans (Ground penetration radar), that provide precise data on the substratum in small depths, suitable for construction checking.
  • Other than the geophysical investigations which are included in the frame works of the great infrastructure projects design scope, our Company has executed, with the use of geophysical methods, investigations for small water production projects. Furthermore, an efficiency and behavior analysis of constructions is also being performed by the use of Geophysical Methods.