When it comes to marine geotechnical survey, just getting to the work site can have a high impact on the environment. And then, once there, offshore geotechnical site investigation requires direct interaction with the seabed and these disturbances can lead to sediment plumes, uncontrolled releases of contaminates, and even equipment loss.
Besides Bluefield Geoservices’ custom geotechnologies and geoengineering solutions, the team’s differential is the breath and caliber of professional experience. In a series of short Q&As, we shine a spotlight on the experts Redefining Geoscientific Frontiers.
The Bluefield Geoservices team is excited to be attending Oceanology International (Oi) at ExCeL London, from 1 – 3 December. Oi, celebrating its 50th year in 2020, is widely regarded as the world’s premier ocean tech conference and an important global meeting place for innovators seeking to transform the future of the offshore industries.
Bluefield Geoservices, a provider of specialist subsea geotechnical services, today announced the appointment of Bruce Pudney as Managing Director of Bluefield Geoservices Inc. (Americas).
UK Firm to Open Offices in the US to Meet Growing Demand for Geotechnical Expertise
Bluefield Geoservices Ltd., a UK-based provider of specialist subsea geotechnical services, today announced its expansion into the Americas. The company will initially open two offices in the US, one in the northeast US to serve the immediate demands of the offshore renewable energy market, and one in the southeastern US, to support ongoing operations in the Gulf of Mexico energy markets as well as projects in Central and South America.