Soil & Rock Logging
Our experienced geotechnical team meticulously logs the samples obtained from various drilling methods, providing valuable insights into the ground's properties and composition. The logging process plays a vital role in understanding the site's geology, supporting engineering design, and assessing potential risks.
The Importance of Geotechnical Soil and Rock Logging:
Site Characterisation: Logging provides a comprehensive understanding of soil and rock formations, enabling precise site characterisation essential for successful construction planning.
Foundation Design: The data obtained through logging helps in designing appropriate foundations and support structures suitable for the specific ground conditions.
Geotechnical Analysis: Logging enables geotechnical engineers to assess the engineering properties of the soil and rock samples, such as strength, density, permeability, and compressibility.
Risk Assessment and Mitigation: Accurate logging helps identify potential geotechnical risks, such as soil instability, rock fractures, or groundwater presence, allowing for effective risk mitigation strategies.