Drilltechnics Limited is run by the Commercial Drilling Manager, Paul Streete who himself has over a decade of experience on the handle alone, as well as a wealth of previous experience in the Groundworks, Agricultural and Mechanical Engineering industries. With NVQ’s, and IOSH and a NEBOSH under his hardhat, Paul is one of the foremost experts within the Geotechnical Land Drilling Industry.
Based on the Essex and Suffolk border, our dedicated teams of expert drilling specialists and engineering site staff cover the length and breadth of the UK and further afield if required. We even work on water. We can address all manner of drilling demands and site investigation requirements no matter the terrain.
All our staff are current CSCS card holders, with up to date DBS clearance, NVQ level 2 and CPS certification – With us your projects are in safe, professional hands. We run and maintain all our own equipment and machinery so all the services that we offer are only ever carried out by Drilltechnics employees. Our professional approach and proactive methods on every project are second to none.
All our works are guaranteed, and we are fully insured. Client liaison throughout any project is paramount and regular updates will be provided. In addition to all your standard drilling requirements we can also offer track mounted cable percussive drilling with extra low head room of 2.3 m, along with our Geo 130 modular windowless sampling rig, ideal for restricted access works such as embankment of basement works.
Geotechnical drilling is a critical element to any project, ensuring that the ground is robust enough for the placement of any foundation. Geotechnical land drilling is used to analyse the project site. It involves collecting rock and soil samples at representative levels below the desired foundation depths, at a collection of different locations in the building site.
Drilling and core samples are used to create a soil profile for the site. This profile helps to find unsafe rock, explore soil conditions, and determine the integrity of the site.