Hager GeoScience, Inc.
Hager GeoScience, Inc. (HGI) is a small woman-owned business (certified D/WBE in all six New England States, Delaware, and Pennsylvania) that since 1993 has been providing exceptional consulting services in geology and geophysics to metro Boston, New England, the United States, and Internationally. The company provides innovative solutions to unusual subsurface problems by applying the principals` more than 60 combined years of experience in field and analytical geology and geophysics. HGI`s tools include state-of-the-art equipment combined with computer-assisted data acquisition and analysis techniques and proprietary software. It`s our commitment to excellence, our willingness to go the extra mile to meet our clients` needs in a demanding world.
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- Business Type:
- Consulting firm
- Industry Type:
- Soil and Groundwater
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Hager GeoScience, Inc. staff consists of professionals in geology and geophysics with undergraduate and graduate college degrees. All of HGI’s staff is OSHA and LPS (Loss Prevention System) trained for work at contaminated and hazardous sites. Safety is our number one priority while on the job site.
The President of HGI, Jutta Hager, Ph.D., has over 30 years of experience in the applications of geology and geophysics to environmental, geotechnical and hydrogeological consulting. She has been responsible for all aspects of project management, from the proposal to the report stage. She is a Certified Professional Geologist in the states of Delaware, Kentucky, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Wyoming.
Characterizing subsurface conditions has become increasingly important as part of geotechnical or environmental investigations. Will buried obstructions interfere with the proposed borings? Are abandoned USTs present beneath a building floor slab? Are contaminant plumes from an old landfill moving toward residential wells? Hager GeoScience, Inc. (HGI) answers such questions for clients before they begin their drilling or excavation.Drawing on our unique combination of geophysical and geological expertise and our ability to integrate data from different sources, we develop innovative solutions that focus the investigation, reduce the overall project cost, and help devise effective investigation strategies.
HGI’s Vice President of Operations, Mario Carnevale, M.S., has over 35 years of professional experience in engineering geology, geophysics, resource evaluation, and computer modeling. He has a broad range of experience through work both for the US Geological Survey and industry and specializes in the interpretation of low-frequency ground penetrating radar (GPR), borehole logging, and seismic data. He has provided expertise on projects ranging from GPR surveys in Puerto Rico and Guam to field mapping in the Amazon Valley of Brazil and evaluation of gold prospects in Siberia and Africa. Mr. Carnevale is a Certified Professional Geologist in New Hampshire and North Carolina.