Alpine Ocean Adds Geotechnical Services For Renewable Energy Projects

Posted by NAW Staff on December 14, 2011 No Comments

Alpine Ocean Seismic Survey, the U.S. subsidiary of U.K.-based Gardline Group, has added new geotechnical services to its marine data-collection offerings.

Working in conjunction with Gardline Geosciences, a provider of geotechnical services, Alpine is adding a tool designed to deliver data-acquisition solutions for North American renewable energy, civil engineering, and oil and gas projects.

Research teams will leverage Gardline Geosciences' global experience, equipment and data-processing technologies to offer cone penetration testing, offshore heave compensated drilling and seabed sampling for projects ranging from near-shore surveys to offshore efforts in depths up to 3,000 meters, the company explains.

"We have a complete suite of tools designed to meet the water depths and ground conditions of any offshore project," says Eric Zon, managing director at Gardline Geosciences. "Our full range of geosciences solutions, coupled with Alpine's extensive geophysical, environmental and oceanographic services, ensure clients get the accountability and cost benefits that come from working with one provider rather than multiple contractors."

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