The following are some examples of microgravity surveys we have carried out.
Two field crew have mobilised to Kaloogrlie, Western Australia as part of the ongoing contract with Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines to locate and quantify abandoned stope workings within the super-pit. Following the completion of a three-week survey in Horseshoe pit, a further microgravity survey has been commissioned for the adjoining Office Pit located on the -240m level.
Freeport Container terminal will become one of the largest ports of its type in the world, with an ongoing development and expansion plan that will result in a quayside in excess of 2km in length. The complete microgravity survey culminates in approximately 7,000 gravity stations, acquired over a period of 5 weeks. The quay adjacent to the existing port must be completed early in the civils construction programme and consequently, this area must be surveyed first.