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PS Logger videos

YouTube playlist now features PS Logger tutorial videos Robertson Geo has been regularly deploying the PS Logger throughout the world, especially for offshore projects where alternative methods are impractical. The list of projects includes wind […]

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Ready to go…

The first choice for high quality logging data; equipment rental facilities; training and data processing services. With a continued commitment to provide a market leading service for geophysics, Robertson Geo has pioneered the development of […]

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Camera borehole inspection

The client is tasked with monitoring over 80 boreholes and shafts over a large area in Scotland and Northern England; to evaluate water quality and shaft condition. Well maintenance is essential to check for productivity, […]

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Dedicated site for Geophysical Logging Services

We are pleased to launch a dedicated site for the Robertson Geo services division in support of our ground investigation services, data management and rental solutions – RGeo-Services.com No one has a more proven record of […]

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The tool of choice for coal logging

Ten exploration boreholes were drilled (Ranging from 271m to 446m TD) to identify the depth and thickness of potential coal seams. The majority were open hole with a few being cased. Although most holes were […]

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By the seaside at Portland

Robertson Geo has recently been involved in a project of detailed ground investigation on the seawall and surrounding area of Chesil Cove, Portland, England. Downhole logging was used to successfully identify any key marker beds […]

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Logging in Paradise

A Robertson Geo logging crew on site in central Birmingham, running both Optical and Acoustic Televiewers, 3-Arm Caliper and the PS Logger, making up a good suite of geotechnical probes. All deployed by the Mini […]

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Golden data

Over a two year period 27 exploratory boreholes were drilled to assist the location of new gold veins and expanding the scope of the mine. The proposed mine at the Curraghinalt gold deposit (Northern Ireland […]

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Not much room to work in

The new high speed railway (HS2) is due to run from central London through England, to Birmingham, Manchester and on to Glasgow and Edinburgh Scotland. As part of the ongoing work on the current phase […]

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Safely working through these challenging times

Image shows a logging services application by the A38 highway at Derby UK on Tuesday May 5th as part of a project to eliminate roundabouts on the busy A38. We used Optical Televiewer, Acoustic Televiewer […]

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Ground investigation at Stonehenge

As part of ground investigation for a 3km tunnel 18 boreholes were drilled; ranging from 146mm OD bores to 335mm OD wells with depths varying from 35m to 70m. The client was particularly interested in […]

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Downhole geophysical logging for residential development

As part of the detailed ground investigations for the new build of a 55-story residential tower in Salford’s Greengate district (UK), Robertson Geo completed on-site downhole geophysical logging from one of its logging fleet of […]

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