Geotechnology Introduces GeoPort&#8480

August 19th, 2013


Groundbreaking Digital Technology Reduces Administrative Work, Increases Efficiency For Clients

Geotechnology, Inc., a leading provider of geotechnical and environmental engineering, geophysics, water resource management, materials testing, and drilling services, introduced today its new GeoPort™ Field Information Management System (FIMS).  This new client interface and document management system allows clients easy, instant access to Construction Materials Testing reports.

With GeoPort&#8480 project managers can review reports at the click of an icon. The system provides a 24/7 secure portal customized to clients and their needs.  GeoPort&#8480 organizes reports in an easy-to-locate manner that can be accessed either across the state or across the nation from their mobile device, laptop or PC.

“Because time is money, Geotechnology is committed to looking for ways to help our clients improve their efficiencies, and we’re excited to that with the GeoPort&#8480 system,” said Ed Alizadeh, President and CEO of Geotechnology, Inc.  “We’re proud to be the first firm in the region to deploy this technology, a testament to our values of responsiveness, quality, integrity, partnership and opportunity that we apply to every client and project.”

Our GeoPort&#8480 system is completely paperless so it reduces administrative work and helps companies achieve sustainability goals, which is a priority for Geotechnology, a GREEN Supporter of the Missouri Gateway Chapter of the USGBC (US Green Building Council).

Click here for more information on GeoPort&#8480.

How GPR helps locate potential sinkholes

August 6th, 2013

Tuesday, August 6, 2013 – KSHB, 41 Action News in Kansas City reported today on the sinkhole that developed in Western Kansas over the weekend and interviewed Jeremy Strohmeyer, P.G., one of the Geophysicists in the Overland Park, Kansas office. Read the full article here.

The project Jeremy refers to in the interview is the Charles B. Wheeler Airport.

Learn more about geophysics and how using geophysical surveying methods can be a cost-effective solution for investigating and characterizing subsurface conditions from our professional staff.

 

Geotechnology Acquires EOI-Illinois

August 2nd, 2013

St. Louis, MO (August 2, 2013) – Geotechnology, Inc., a leading provider of geotechnical and environmental engineering, geophysics, water resource management, materials testing, and drilling services, announced today that it has purchased substantially all of the operating assets of Environmental Operations of Illinois, LLC (EOI-Illinois), formerly Shively Engineering.

Located in Fairview Heights, Illinois, the firm provided geotechnical engineering and materials testing services.  The newly expanded Geotechnology will now offer customers additional services such as drilling and geophysical capabilities.  With the move, Geotechnology is merging its existing Collinsville, IL branch staff and capabilities with the entire staff, as well as equipment and services of the Fairview Heights location. As a result, clients will continue to receive the excellent service they have become accustomed to with the benefit of additional resources and capabilities.

We are very excited to announce this next step in the growth of Geotechnology,” said Ed Alizadeh, President and CEO of Geotechnology, Inc.  “It’s great news for us, and great news for those customers who can now take advantage of a broader range of geotechnical services.”

The new, expanded Geotechnology branch in Fairview Heights will be managed by Luke Heuerman.