We use publicly accessible geological-geoscientific information sources and can therefore chart the course for what to expect. This knowledge is valuable in all phases of the construction process.
It is clear that our method cannot replace a comprehensive subsoil report with field and laboratory tests, but we can provide information faster and more cost-efficiently and identify the need for further investigations at an early stage. Our short reports provide a summary of the soil conditions. If required, they can be used as a basis for further explorations.
Let us shed some light in the dark and allow us to create a solid foundation for your trenchless projects. The TRACTO Geoservice is your building ground expert.
TRACTO is the designer and innovator for Advanced Trenchless Development. In order to further develop trenchless methods, we want to provide quick and easy-to-understand information on the building ground for your HDD projects.
For this purpose, there is the TRACTO Geoservice in the person of Dan Lingenauber, an experienced geotechnics engineer who uses his expertise to get the maximum amount of information on the building ground from geoscientific map series, official geoportals and old documents.
Being aware of the soil conditions is essential for the success of a trenchless construction project. How else should a service be calculated? How else can a contractor plan the use of their equipment? Without knowing the building ground, problems are inevitable in the construction process. The methods and procedures for exploring soil and rock are already well established. Unfortunately, exploration of the soil is often abandoned for financial reasons or due to sheer ignorance. Particularly for small projects there is often not a reasonable balance between the costs and benefits of a profound exploration. Both aspects often mean that no soil information at all is collected. The TRACTO Geoservice can fill this gap.