Data that is obtained can be interpreted to assess risks, for example of encountering shallow gas or spud can “punch through”. It is commonly used to address the design of foundations for overwater and subsea structures, anchors and the assessment of burial performance for pipelines and cables. Geoquip provides a range of other engineering services and our teams are experienced in laboratory testing of recovered samples, analysis of data and the assessment of engineering properties.
Data obtained offshore including test results from the offshore laboratory are often sufficient to derive preliminary profiles for pile design or spud can penetration whilst still in the field. Subsequently samples are sent to onshore laboratories for complementary and special testing. Data obtained offshore including CPT data, laboratory data and geophysical data is further processed for interpretation and final reporting.