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Welcome to Aqua Survey

Aqua Survey, Inc. (ASI) is a full service ecotoxicology company founded in 1975. Aqua Survey provides laboratory testing, field sampling, geophysical surveying and consulting
services to a wide variety of clients throughout the world including many of the largest U.S. corporations, internationally recognized environmental consulting firms, and public sector agencies.

Aqua Survey provides services in the following areas:

  • Sediment Vibracoring / On-Water Drilling
  • Benthic Grab Sampling and Taxonomy
  • Toxicity Identification Evaluations
  • Underwater Utility and UXO Markout Surveys
  • Geophysical / Hydrographic Surveys
  • Geotechnical Sampling
  • Sediment Toxicology and Bioaccumulation Studies
  • Wind Farm and Pipeline Placement Support Surveys
  • Research Vessels Chartered

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Bridging the Gap between Land and Water

Oct 17, 2017

Seamless Land and Water Surveys



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The area between land and water is one that has been difficult to survey with traditional methods. One of Aqua Survey’s specialties is creating engineering quality 3D models of this transitional zone through the application of recent technological advancements.

Seawalls, headwalls, wharfs, piers, bulkheads, sheet pile, utilities and other waterside structures are often difficult to measure and assess.

Urban waterways present unique challenges to engineers due to the density and complexity of objects near the waterline.

Through the combined use of water-side and drone-based survey techniques, ASI can generate a seamless transition between landside and underwater survey data, such as side scan or multibeam sonar, magnetometer and EM (Electro-Magnetic).

Our survey techniques provide you a photorealistic representation that’s not just pretty to look at but contains real-world metrics, allowing you to make accurate measurements right from your desktop.  Models can be viewed through a web browser, the Autodesk Suite or your preferred CAD program.

Sites change over time.  With repeated visits, a historical database can be created to monitor trends.  A leaning seawall or sheet pile’s angle can be measured or conditional assessments can be made and monitored for change.