What do owners think about their Geoprobe® drill rig? Check out some of the stories below to learn how their rigs helped them achieve success and perhaps discover how a Geoprobe® drill rig could spark the next step in your own environmental, geotechnical, exploration, geothermal, and water well drilling business growth.
Job sites requiring multiple sizes of rods historically forced drillers to tote the weight — and expense — of multiple sizes of rod grip pullers. Now there's one tool to cover the scope of several other individual tools. Consider the NEW adjustable rod gr
Providing Florida with geotechnical and environmental drilling, materials testing, remediation system installation and maintenance, and ground penetrating radar services, the 44-year-old IMPERIAL TESTING & ENGINEERING relies on the Southeast Service
Starting out in Mississippi in the '90s with a couple auger rigs, the WALKER HILL ENVIRONMENTAL INC fleet now includes 27 Geoprobe® rigs — ranging from 7822DT combination drill rigs to 8150LS sonic drilling rigs — across their offices in four different st
With six offices across four states — Kentucky, Illinois, Tennessee, and Connecticut, CHASE ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP INC provides primarily environmental field services and remediation. They increasingly subcontract drilling services for other companies out of
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), a widely used borehole wireline logging technology in the petroleum industry for characterizing hydrocarbon reservoirs, has been adapted for hydrological investigations within monitoring wells and open boreholes. During t
Progressing up the ladder from consultant to senior project manager, David Heicher found himself spending more time managing people and budgets and less time in the field. “I’d been in the business 12 years and had a young family so felt stuck,” Heicher
Did you know the first Geoprobe® machines and tools were designed specifically for soil gas sampling? Our capabilities in soil and groundwater sampling were follow-up developments to our initial soil gas sampling systems.
Focused on vapor intrusion, H&P MOBILE GEOCHEMISTRY is one of few companies in their region of California to offer a one-stop-shop for completing vapor probe installation, soil gas sampling, and analyses.
Primarily roaming within a 100-mile radius of Philadelphia, TRISTATE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES performs a broad range of environmental field services in New Jersey and Southeast Pennsylvania. Project Manager Ted Sobieski credits their “jack-of-all
Geoprobe® engineers are expected to get dirty — in the shops building equipment or in the field testing the latest innovations. This helps customers because they can actually talk to the people who build their machines, they know how to run them, and they
In the environmental drilling industry for two decades, Scott Densteadt has seen it come full circle. “When I started, all we did was drill hollow stem auger or mud rotary. Then direct push side of things really took off and became the standard. However,
GEOTEK ALASKA began with a 54DT and environmental drilling as their bread and butter. Through the years the Alaska company has diversified by opening a second location — in Hawaii — and completing a 50/50 mix of environmental and geotechnical drilling. As
As a project engineer with a Ph.D., Aaron Crowley desired to own his own company. So in May 2022 he partnered with Julie Oliphant, owner of Athena Engineering and Environmental, to launch a sister company ATHENA DRILLING to complete a range of geotechnica
For some air rotary drilling is a rarity, but for EICHELBERGERS INC in Pennsylvania it’s a weekly occurrence using their 7822DTs. They’ve completed air rotary to 220 feet; they’ve drilled using 8-inch and 10-inch casing. On one project they set 10-inch ca
Toting tooling just became simpler with the NEW ‘easy transport drop rack’, providing gates on the ends to keep rods from sliding out and the ability to use the rig blade to pick it up from either side. Other advantages of this NEW Geoprobe® tooling offe
Starting his drilling industry career as a consultant, David Draybuck discovered he didn’t love writing reports. So in 2011, he and his partner gathered funds from closed 401(k)s and an SBA loan to buy a piece of used equipment and launch ENVIROTECH DRILL
Initially seeing drilling as a route toward a career in consulting, Kyle Brown discovered he liked drilling more than engineering. So, when the industry in Alberta, Canada, slowed down during 2015 he saw it as the perfect opportunity to launch his own bus
Landing a barge project, ODYSSEY ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES Owner and Project Manager Jason Miller knew he needed to run tooling beyond the capabilities of his fleet of three 7822DTs. The predominantly environmental and geotechnical drilling company in Pennsy
We’re now your source for 10cm2 or 15cm2 cones (probes) for your cone penetration testing (CPT) projects. Pushing a larger diameter cone can provide advantages, depending on the soils you are pushing in.
Passionate about delivering exceptional geotechnical, environmental, and instrumentation exploration services, the TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC office in Savannah, Georgia, went from being without in-house drilling resources in 2021 to running three Geoprobe®
With more than 25 years of experience, Geoprobe® has the technical team and equipment to support your CPT endeavors. “Cory and Troy have made efforts to be at our disposal to ask questions and their response time is exceptional,” said Derek Wolfe, engine
Engineers who had gained valuable geotechnical experience working for the US Army Corps of Engineers Vicksburg District and the Waterways Experiment Station in Vicksburg, Mississippi, launched BURNS COOLEY DENNIS in 1985. Now with a staff of more than 60,
Established in 2004 as a strictly environmental services company, DIRECT PUSH SERVICES has expanded from a couple of rigs and two employees to six rigs and 15 employees. During the past five years, the Utah company has realized this expansion through the
Since launching G2 CONSULTING GROUP in 1994, the Michigan company has outsourced drilling for its geotechnical and environmental consulting and materials testing services. However, during the past few years, drillers they’d been using began discontinuing