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GeoTek Alaska

Alaska's #1 Geo-technical Services Company

GeoTek Alaska

2756 Commercial Dr.
Anchorage, AK 99501
907-569-5900
GeoTek Alaska, Geotechnical Engineers, Services, Anchorage, Alaska

GeoTek Alaska is one of the state's recognized leaders in geophysical services, including groundwater sampling, auger drilling, and well monitoring. Although they are based in Anchorage, their projects have crisscrossed the vast Alaskan landscape since the company's founding in 2002. They specialize in acquiring subsurface data for environmental and geotechnical purposes, using the most advanced techniques and instrumentation available.

GeoTek Alaska’s goal is to provide accurate subsurface analysis using cost-effective data collection systems that minimize soil disturbance. Currently, they use Geoprobe® technology, a direct push machine that probes the soil with sensors and tools without requiring drilling or soil removal. This simplifies projects by reducing ground surface disturbance, and eliminates the need to handle, contain, and store hazardous soil contaminants.

GeoTek Alaska also utilizes electromagnetic tools to detect buried metal and hydrocarbon contamination. Ground penetrating radar is used to detect contaminants and to perform stratigraphy, determining the order and relationship of subsurface strata and archaeological remains. The company specializes in soil and groundwater sampling, gas chromatography, bioremediation, well monitoring, and membrane interface probing to directly detect contamination and lithology.

This advanced team is continually investing in state-of-the-art and proven technologies, instruments, and equipment to glean the most complete and accurate data for their clients. For instance, the ultraviolet optimal screening tool and utility locating screening tool enable GeoTek Alaska's geotechnical drilling contractors to acquire subsurface information that would otherwise be impossible or impractical.

If your community or organization requires groundwater sampling, auger drilling, or well monitoring services, contact Anchorage's geophysical data experts at GeoTek Alaska. To learn more about their services, visit their website, or call (907) 569-5900 to speak to a friendly expert in subsurface data collection.

Announcements & Events from GeoTek Alaska
What Does a Geoscientist Do?, Anchorage, Alaska
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How Soil Conditions Influence Auger Drilling Equipment Selection, Anchorage, Alaska
Whether you’re cleaning up a former industrial site or building a road, auger drilling provides crucial information about the subsurface of the site. With sufficient expertise and a ...read more
What Is Soil Gas & What Impact Does it Have?, Anchorage, Alaska
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What You Should Know About Auger Drilling & Soil Conditions, Anchorage, Alaska
Auger drilling is a popular choice for projects like groundwater sampling, installing electric utility poles, or even conducting mining geoprobes. The great speed and relatively low ...read more
Why Technical Firms Trust Geoprobe® Tools, Anchorage, Alaska
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Bioremediation is when microorganisms or other living organisms are used to break down and clean up pollutants. This method is growing more and more popular among geoscientists&...read more
When a site becomes contaminated with chemicals or other environmentally hazardous compounds, subsurface analysis and site cleaning services are of paramount importance. As a tr...read more
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Effective hazardous waste site cleanup requires quick decisions and safe, economical results at the same time. Recognizing the need to streamline these decision-making processes, env...read more
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When you’re buying or building on property, acquiring accurate data about the land is paramount for adhering to local regulations—sometimes, that’s easier said than done. To get data...read more
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Alaska is famous for its stunning vistas and unique terrain. To protect the land and resources that make the state so special, researchers and developers rely on GeoTek Alaska for da...read more
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Groundwater sampling methods continue to expand and develop on a regular basis, and the Screen Point 15 and 16 systems are currently leading the charge.  As the state's top geot...read more
Since 2002, GeoTek Alaska, Inc. has been an industry leader in geotechnical and geophysical services in Anchorage, AK. From groundwater sampling to auger drilling and well monitoring...read more
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When Alaska's geotechnical and environmental communities need auger drilling services, they contact GeoTek Alaska. This Anchorage-based company prides itself on h...read more