Products and services
Removing the threat of lost ordnance
Complete risk assessment and risk mitigation service for all unexploded ordnance-related projects.
Scanning the rail environment
Geophysical, geotechnical, and environmental services for track renewal site investigations and high speed GPR for ballast assessment.
Proving that ground is fit-for-purpose
Full range of surface and borehole geophysical services for foundation design, geological investigation, structures assessment, pavement monitoring and hazard detection.
Accurate GPR surveys for dependable results
Unique information on pavement construction, layer thickness and defects provided using traffic speed GPR for motorways and trunk roads, and low speed GPR for minor roads, junctions and airports.
Geophysical solutions for all site conditions
Inclusive utility surveying service to map above- and below-ground utilities.
Making peace of mind part of the deal
Site-wide surface geophysical services to locate in-ground obstructions and hazards that could delay development of brownfield sites.
Defining unknown problems
Surface and borehole geophysical services to determine closed landfill geometry, map leachate plumes and detect hazardous materials.
Measure your unexploded bomb risk
Regional maps of WW2 bomb risk are downloadable for much of the UK. These are built around Zetica's unique database that details the density and spread of bombs dropped.
Integrated high productivity surveys for detailed corridor-wide information for route selection and cost-effective site investigation that minimises cost and logistics of land access.
A wide range of non-intrusive survey techniques for permanent or regular monitoring and investigation of flood defences, embankments, dams and canals.
A wide range of accurate topographic surveys for planners, architects and engineers in construction, transport, utility and land-use sectors delivering accurate and detailed drawings in a range of formats.
Integrated surveys for contaminated land assessments, to map utilities and buried obstructions, and to identify unexploded ordnance risk.