Following a dry-docking, moonpool installation, major overhauls and the installation of Geoquip’s GMR600 marine drillrig, the Geoquip Saentis is now underway to her first assignment. Her first project will include numerous PCPT and sample boreholes plus a large number of 20-tonne seabed PCPT’s.
Leading geotechnical engineering and offshore drilling company Geoquip Marine has recently announced the appointment of highly respected industry figure Jean-Luc Laloë to its Board of Directors.
The Investigator, our 4 point moored shallow water geotechnical workhorse, underwent major maintenance and upgrades during a docking recently.
Leading offshore geotechnical engineering and drilling company Geoquip Marine has confirmed the addition of a DP2 Multi-Purpose Offshore Support vessel to its fleet.
Due to successful projects through 2018 and a healthy backlog Geoquip Marine have relocated their UK offices from Bath to Bristol (http://www.geoquip-marine.com/offices).
This move allows for further expansion planned for 2019. Our Project Management are continually looking for candidates to join our thriving and modern workplace (http://www.geoquip-marine.com/careers).
A two month campaign, including Seabed PCPTs to 40 mbsf in water depths up to 270 metres, was completed safely within the proposed budget and time schedule.
Leading offshore geotechnical engineering and drilling company Geoquip Marine has attracted major investment from Njord Partners, a specialist European investment fund.
Geoquip has completed a large geotechnical campaign for Vineyard Wind LLC offshore Massachusetts, USA.
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Geoquip is currently drilling, sampling and CPTU testing from the Skandi Hercules in Australia.
Geoquip recently completed a major geotechnical campaign in the Pacific Ocean for the port of San Antonio, offshore Chile.
Leading geotechnical engineering and offshore drilling group Geoquip Marine has bolstered its deep-water capability by adding the brand new and multi-function offshore support/platform supply vessel Dina Polaris to its fleet.
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Geoquip was recently contracted to perform offshore geotechnical services for an LNG port development off the coast of Jamaica in Old Harbour Bay.
Geoquip recently mobilised one of our deepwater heave compensated geotechnical drillrigs onto the Dina Polaris. The Dina Polaris is a brand new Multi Function Offshore Support Vessel which, at 99m in length and a beam of 21m, offers an extremely stable platform for offshore geotechnical drilling operations.
Geoquip has recently commenced an environmental and geotechnical campaign in the Black Sea, mapping the seabed for one of our major clients.