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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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Introducing the new safety logo for Robertson Geo – Our mark of confidence for delivering geophysical logging services

Our Impressive safety record of over 40 years Safety and Quality Assurance is of prime importance in achieving a valid approach to field investigations and delivery of client requirements. Robertson Geo has demonstrated an impressive […]

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Essential Logging Service

Newly available as a download, Essential Logging Service is a detailed overview of Robertson Geo Services for premium quality borehole data acquisition, equipment rental facilities, training and data processing services. We have a continuing commitment […]

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One click away from our latest geo data magazine

New issue freely available here In each issue you will find case study applications from our global activities, technical information and news of wireline logging developments. With our data logging equipment in everyday use in […]

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The prize goes to Remi Chalmas of GEO Denmark in our competition

Rémi Chalmas of GEO recently won our prize for the best GeoUnlocked article and image. Geo, the Danish consultancy, completed geophysical and hydrogeological surveys in connection to the expansion of the Qorlortorsuaq hydroelectric power station […]

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Stephen Stroud joins Robertson Geo as Technical Sales Manager – Americas

We are pleased to announce that Stephen Stroud has joined Robertson Geo from the 23rd March in the position of Technical Sales Manager – Americas, focusing on our North & South American markets. Over his […]

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In these challenging times rely on us to continue to deliver a premium quality Geophysical service

The outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to dominate the news headlines. We know so many people are affected in some way either indirectly or directly during this pandemic, and we want to send our […]

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New Bedford USA Wind Farm – First large-scale offshore wind energy project in the USA

The objective is to build the first large-scale offshore wind energy project in the USA. Robertson Geo is contracted by Horizon Geosciences for this important project. The Robertson Geo PS Logger Probe has been used […]

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Robertson Geo New YouTube Channel

We’ve added a YouTube Channel to help promote and illustrate our geophysical logging solutions and software through tutorials and helpful workbox videos. Please subscribe to our channel, and share any videos that you feel others […]

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Winners of our 2019 Photo Competition

Thanks to everyone that entered our competition for geophysical application photographs using Robertson Geo equipment during 2019. Rémi Chalmas of GEO won the prize for the best GeoUnlocked article (above). Geo, the Danish consultancy, completed […]

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Geophysical Logging Data – Calibration Counts

Why probe calibration is vital to meet the necessary compliance standards. This free literature Calibration Counts explains how Robertson Geo comprehensively calibrates all its logging systems and uniquely uses an on-site borehole for verifying performance […]

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