News & Events

July, 2017 - Mike Wightman was on Tampa Home Talk with Katrina Madewell to talk about sinkholes. Take a listen to it here.  https://www.facebook.com/YourTampaRealtor/videos/10155862453763268/ http://www.tampahometalk.com/
December, 2016 - Univesity of South Florida conducts their geological field camp at King Mountain Ranch, Idaho. GeoView continues to support and lend geophysical equipment for this outstanding program.  https://issuu.com/usfucm/docs/usf-mag-fall2016-web/56
March, 2016 - GeoView conducted an Electrical Resistivty Profiling study across an uninhabited island in Belize. The purpose of the study was to map karst features and areas of weathered limestone. 
November, 2015 - John Mullen has been named the branch manager of the the Pennsylvania office. From this location, GeoView will be able to better assist our clients in the mid-atlantic region. GeoView's Vice President, Chris Taylor, is a licensed professional Geologist in...
February, 2015 - Mike Wightman was named as the new President of the University of South Florida Geology Alumni Society. Mike Wightman accepts congratulations from Bruce Nocita (past President).
January, 2015 - GeoView will be featured in the upcoming NOVA documentary on sinkholes. The program, Buried Alive, provides compelling video of dramatic collapses and follows scientists as they explore the underlying forces behind these natural disasters. More informaiton...
December, 2014 - We are proud to announce our latest expansion with the opening of our new office in Boca Raton, Florida. With this office, we will be able to better serve the engineering, environmental and public communities of southeast Florida. The office will be managed...
November, 2014 - Due to the unusually low shear wave velocities identified during prior geophysical work by GeoView, additional crosshole and downhole tests were peformed. The crosshole and downhole tests both showed similar zones of soils with low shear wave velocity (less...
December, 2014 - GeoView was tasked with identifying localized changes in the pavement thickness along a 2 mile section of Thacker Avenue in Orlando, Florida.  Because the roadway could not be closed down for the survey, the data had to be collected using our high speed...
July, 2014 - GeoView and ATI were thrilled to be a Gold Level sponsor of the Central Florida Association of Environmental Professionals Oyster Mat Building Social earlier this month! The CFAEP joined with the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) and the The Nature...
July, 2014 - GeoView has been selected to provide geophysical services at MacDill Air Force Base. The services including locating utilities and buried debris within 800 acres of the base.
April, 2014 - During construction of a new apartment building, cracks were observed within the concrete columns. Of concern was the detph of the cracks. GeoView used ground penetrating radar and spectral analysis of surface waves to determing the maximum depths of the...
January 27, 2014 - GeoView was and exhibitor of the 2014 Windstorm Conference in Orlando, Florida.     
  - A  geophysical survey was conducted within an enclosed lagoon. An outflow pipe from a drainage area was located along the north bank of the lagoon. The purpose of the study was to locate and map the extents of a possible sediment plume from the outflow pipes. Using our...
December 8, 2013 - Annual GeoView Christmas Party, Treasure Island Yacht Club. From Left to Right. (Back Row) Scott Purcell, Dale Rabinek, Chris Taylor, Wakefield Wade, Ash Armstrong, Mike Wightman, Steve Scruggs, John Mullen, Craig Fusaro. (Front Row) Sean Malphurs, Bart...
November 14, 2013 - A sinkhole has opened up on the 1000 block of Robnar Road in Dunedin, Florida. The home was in the process of being grouted.  
November 6, 2013 - A new bridge is being conducted across the northern portion of the Panama Canal. As part of the geotechnical investigation, GeoView conducted a seismic crosshole study to determine the P and S Wave velocites of the soil and rock in the areas of the bridge...
October 10, 2013 - GeoView conducted an geophysical investigation to determine the location of buried drums in Cartagena, Colombia. We used frequency domain electromagnetics, a cesium vapor magnetometer and ground penetrating radar. A suspected 30x15 meter pit of buried...
September 12, 2013 - Steve Scruggs, Senior Geophysicist participates as a session moderator at the Annual Florida Association of Environmental Professionals Conference. The Conference was attended by the leading Environmental Firms in Florida and showcased topics on new...
September 10, 2013 - GeoView conducted an infrared thermography investigation to determine the location of moisture intrusion within the roof system of a 32 story condominium.

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