Insitu Test recently completed PANDOSCOPE® training for our WA Implementation Partners, STATS Australia and 4DGeotechnics. The PANDOSCOPE® is a coupling of the PANDA® Instrumented Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP) (tip resistance vs depth profile) and Geoendoscopy (down the
Clients are always looking for ways to get a better understanding of the ground conditions at a specific point in time, and how the bearing capacity of a site can be altered due to changing conditions, like rain.
Insitu Test is proud to have been involved in an innovative project breaking new ground; building Australia’s recently opened first surf park in Melbourne. Civiltest provided Geotechnical advice and testing for the projects main earthworks contractor, Ertech, and
The acceptance of earthwork and unbound pavement construction in Australia currently relies mostly on density testing and CBRs for Quality Assurance (QA). Though its National Asset Centre of Excellence (NACoE) research program, Queensland’s
In-situ non-destructive testing (NDT) devices that estimate the stiffness parameters of a constructed pavement structure are emerging. Such stiffness parameters are more representative of the performance predicted by the mechanistic design process