Geotechnical Illustrated: Eyes Wide Open Below Ground

Geophysics plays an important role in identifying subsurface conditions below ground. They act as a below-ground “camera” to capture different conditions that may be key to project designs or risk avoidance. They are non-destructive, relatively quick, and non-invasive. Often these methods are used to define subsurface conditions, identify cavities, map depth to bedrock, or aidContinue reading “Geotechnical Illustrated: Eyes Wide Open Below Ground”