Geotechnical Instrumentation Monitoring

Geotechnical monitoring can assist design, construction and operation of a variety of assets. Providing observational and/or instrument verification of geotechnical parameters and measures real-time behaviour of assets to compare with their intended or designed performance. This is particularly important when there is a high degree of uncertainty in relation to ground conditions, expected performance and design assumptions or where performance is critical.

  • unstable embankments and natural slopes
  • ground subsidence or heaving
  • monitoring of structure/ground surface levels during adjacent excavations
  • inclinometer installation, monitoring & assessment
  • review of survey for settlement, heave and lateral displacements
  • vibrating wire piezometer installation & monitoring
  • long term ground water monitoring
  • vibration monitoring