News | December 6, 2018

Falcon Laboratory Offers Geo-Technical Investigation Services Incorporating Cutting-Edge Technological Tools

A globally recognized independent testing laboratory, Falcon Laboratory offers geo-technical investigation services across Dubai and other parts of the Middle East. As a part of their geo-technical investigation services, the company offers a variety of services such as standard penetration tests; rock sampling using HQ, HWF, PWF techniques with rotary drilling; disturbed bulk sampling using percussion drilling; cone penetration tests; packer test and many others. All of the services are provided by an expert team of highly qualified geotechnical engineers and geologists, having years of experience under their belt, incorporating cutting-edge technology tools to ensure high quality standards of service are maintained unfailingly.

A subsidiary of Falcon Group of Companies, Falcon Laboratory has a glorious legacy years working in the construction industry. In addition to geo-technical investigation services, the company also offers services such as Material Testing Services, Chemical Testing Services, Environmental Services, Water Testing Services, On-site Construction Testing Services, Non-Destruction Testing Services and various others. Their team combine their knowledge and expertise to deliver high quality services that cater to customers' needs, niche and budget. The company has gained a massive customer base all across the UAE due to its unmatched commitment to quality and competitive prices.

Talking about their geo-technical investigation services, one of the spokespersons from Falcon Laboratory stated, "These investigations are performed to guide the consultants and the designers in designing the suitable type of the foundations or to provide general information regarding the subsurface conditions. We have vast experience developing subsurface investigations and geotechnical laboratory testing programs tailored to meet our customer's requirements. You can contact our team for more information."

Source: Falcon Laboratory