We are one of the world’s leading cone penetration testing (CPT) companies, delivering ground investigations and providing engineering consultancy for construction projects around the world.
Our extensive fleet of CPT equipment, operated by our experienced staff, can be mobilised anywhere the world at short notice. We tailor our services to suit different ground conditions and environments, including on the railway, on restricted access sites and on nearshore investigations.
We aim to be sustainable in everything we do, choosing the most environmentally-friendly engines for our CPT fleet, and switching from diesel to electric hybrid power and locating staff in a ways that minimise mobilisation time and distances. Our head offices are powered using solar PV panels and a ground source heat pump and we also have an electric car charging point for staff and visitors.
To be the best provider of CPT services in the world, both in the quality of our data and the range of solutions to acquire this data.
We will keep investing in the development of our staff, systems and equipment to optimise the quality of our product and the sustainability of the company.
We give staff the ability, and support from management, to carry out their role in a manner that promotes quality and fairness to all. Good ideas are rewarded and given the opportunity to develop.
We build co-operation and partnerships with our clients to achieve the best quality results, in the safest manner.
A nurturing attitude runs through the company, from top to bottom, and no one is afraid of facing difficult situations head-on, as they know they will have the support to overcome anything.
Employees are encouraged to further their training in any relevant areas that will help with their personal development and therefore the development of the company as a whole.
The company and its staff respect the wellbeing of employees, colleagues and anyone involved in our projects, leading to zero accidents.
We have a can-do attitude, resulting in developing solutions to meet the challenges of gathering soil data.