The staff at Vista GeoScience has been providing environmental field and laboratory services to the environmental consulting and engineering industry for 30+ years. Key staff members have a combined experience in site investigation and in-situ remediation. Our clients often comment on the unique creativity and problem solving abilities of our expert staff.
- Geoprobe® Direct-Push Drilling
- High Resolution Site Characterization
- Subsurface Imaging Tools (MiHPT, OIP, EC)
- 3-D Modeling of Subsurface Data
- ISCO, ISCR, and In-Situ Bio-Remediation
- Clean-Inject™ In-Situ Injection Systems
- Active & Passive Soil Gas Surveys
Our mission at Vista GeoScience is to provide our clients with personal attention and provide unique solutions to their special project needs. Having the highest quality field services, staff, equipment, and laboratory data coupled with the most advanced technology available in the industry, we firmly believe that by working as a team with our clients and vendors, we can provide the most efficient and profitable outcome for all parties.
Vista GeoScience operates a field service office at its national headquarters located in Golden, Colorado. Main office is centrally located in the Rocky Mountain Region, however, our crews work from coast to coast and internationally with all of the major national consulting and engineering firms. We are confident we will find the best solutions to your unique project needs.
2018 Highlighted Event:
Sunday, April 8, 2018
8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
(1-hour break at noon for lunch on own)
John V. Fontana, PG (Vista GeoScience)
Daniel Pipp (Geoprobe Systems)
Update on Current High-Resolution Site Characterization (HRSC) Technology,
3-D Data Modeling, and Applying HRSC Data to Remedial Design
**Registration for the conference is NOT required! Reserve your seat now before they fill up!!! Registration after February 23rd is $375!!
Where: Palm Springs, CA
This course will review the current state of technology regarding direct-push subsurface imaging tools, including: the membrane interface probe (MIP), low-level MIP, electrical conductivity (EC), hydraulic profiler tool (HPT), combined tools (MiHPT), and the new optical image profiler (OIP) tool for identifying nonaqueouse-phase liquid (NAPL) fluorescence. The course is intended for environmental consultants, professionals and regulators who want to design/plan HRSC surveys, enhance their interpretation of the resulting data logs, conduct data quality reviews, examine 3-D models, and then apply the data to remedial site characterization and design projects.