Subsurface instrumentation and
monitoring are important facets of geotechnical exploration as it allows us to
establish baseline measurements of subsurface conditions (e.g., groundwater
table elevation, ground temperatures, etc.) and monitor how they change with
time and as the result of various environmental and man-made factors. We have extensive experience with various
subsurface instrumentation equipment and procedures and are well-versed at
developing monitoring programs geared to extract the most useful information
from a given site for the least amount of disturbance, effort, and cost.