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Geophysical Survey Specialists
Complex Geophysics delivered by Down to Earth people
TerraDat is one of Europe’s leading geophysical survey companies with over 25 years’ experience. Our headquarters are in South Wales, UK and we have offices in Scotland, Spain, Italy and Austria. We work with engineers & consultants delivering honest, reliable and objective subsurface geophysical mapping services.
At TerraDat, we understand that our clients need reliable and actionable geophysical surveys to help make important decisions. That’s why we only ever recommend a survey design that we believe will provide the information and insight that is needed.
Our team of geophysics specialists combined with our unrivalled in-house collection of geophysical instrumentation are able to combine methodologies that maximise the chances of achieving a successful survey outcome – which means that we can always employ a practical and objective approach.
Our geophysical survey results are always presented in a way that’s easy to understand, in popular CAD/GIS formats, and where possible, integrated with other site data to give the full subsurface picture.
We never forget that it’s our job to use our expertise to help clients achieve their goals, so even if you are unfamiliar with geophysics, our free, no obligation consultancy service will help you get exactly what is needed.
We’re scientists, but are easy to work with and down to earth. And we’re here to help.
We specailise in all geophysical survey methods including seismic, microgravity, magnetic, and geoelectrial. In-house geomatic capabilities include 3-D laser scanning, LiDAR, photogrammetry and we are a CAA-approved commercial drone operator.
There are many applications for TerraDat geophysical surveys. Popular ones include:
– profiling bedrock properties for pipeline/bridge river crossings
– subsurface geotechnical properties
– mapping of subsurface voides
– geohazards such as collapses, landslides and flooding
– location of abandoned mineworkings
– water exploration/drainage
– mineral exploration
– detection of unexploded ordnance
– 3D visualisation of heritage structures