Geological-geotechnical problems are becoming more and more important with the developing urbanization and industrialization. Thus, it is of great importance to detect problems such as ground features, faulting, groundwater, landslides, and karstic voids. In addition, since most of the infrastructure and structures are built on Holocene and Quaternary fill, determining the geological-geotechnical properties of the underground is of great importance. Geophysical surveys have an important place in detecting such problems. Therefore, the integrated use of geophysical methods is of great importance in geological-geotechnical research. Thus, by determining the different physical parameters of the underground, the definition of geological environments and their geotechnical properties can be determined in more detail.


  • Geological Mapping
  • Active Fault and Paleoseismology Research
  • Landslide Investigations
  • Karstic Cavity Research
  • Hydrogeological Studies
  • Rock and Soil Mechanics
  • Well Tests
  • Research Wells
  • Geotechnical Drilling