As part of our continuing partnership, GEO-Instruments is working with Lloyd Acoustics to install a HLC settlement monitoring system in the Franciscan Church in Poznan, Poland.
The GEO-Instruments team has a strong international presence with offices in the UK, the US and across Europe. Our work often takes us even further afield with jobs in Australia, Mexico, Africa and the Caribbean.
Keller has appointed Piotr Konieczny as General Manager of GEO-Instruments, their instrumentation and monitoring division.
GEO-Instruments are monitoring the river wall adjacent to a luxury flat development on the north bank of the Thames.
Initially shown off at the re-branding launch event held in London last month, GEO-Instruments UK are preparing to release an overhauled version of our software as QuickView.
In September 2019, HB Reavis awarded GEO-Instruments the monitoring contract for the major new Elizabeth House development adjacent to London’s Waterloo Station.
A successful one-year trial of landslip monitoring in Dorset has now been extended into a long term monitoring project, with the potential to continue for over a decade.
Teams from GEO-Instruments and Keller have collaborated on site at 8 Bishopsgate carrying out monitoring and jet grouting works working on behalf of main contractor Keltbray.
Keller UK, GEO-Instruments' parent company, is continuing to operate in line with Government advice during the COVID-19 situation.
GEO-Instruments’ specialist web-based software QuickView is being used for the data management for a comprehensive monitoring system on the Silesian Planetarium near Chorzow, Poland.
A leading property development company are building a large new residential area in Seaton with the help of Vertase FLI.
The development gives good access to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and will mean more than 100 two to four-bedroomed new homes for the town.…
Demonstrating our commitment to protecting the environment and ensuring a sustainable future, GEO-Instruments has just been awarded Silver level accreditation with the Supply Chain Sustainability School.
Sustainability is embedded…
Last month two Keller divisions were back on site together in north London to test borehole surveying equipment for potential use on upcoming Keller jobs.
The trial was done as part of a training session provided by the manufacturer Devico and focused on two types of instrumentation - the…
Last month our UK team were on site to assist GEO-Instruments Poland on a new Structural monitoring project at the New Riga Theatre in Latvia.
We installed an extensive automated monitoring system that included two systems of HLC sensors, tilt sensors, vibration monitors, and online data…
The small but critical site at Duke Shore Wharf is part of the Environment Agency’s 10-year plan to strengthen and repair tidal flood defences through London and along the Thames estuary.
The flood defence works are being led by…
As an essential industry, key engineering works have continued during safety restrictions and lockdowns throughout 2020. GEO-Instruments UK are no exception and our engineers have been on-site throughout London, the UK and Europe to keep monitoring moving.…
GEO-Instruments engineers have begun winding down a successful two-year monitoring project at a flood mitigation scheme in West Yorkshire.
GEO engineers had a chilly but picturesque start to the year with a new automated monitoring job on the remote Shetland Islands.
This marks a great first opportunity to work on a Wind Farm project and GEO-Instruments’ most northerly…