Here we are loading the rig on the barge in preparation for testing the soil and coring the bedrock at the “Swing Bridge” and “Longbird Bridge/Causeway” near the Bermuda Airport.
We’ll be there for 12 weeks, doing injection well installations.
The final cored depth is 603 feet.
Congratulations to Don Grant and his crew. It is a new record for Don and Aardvark!
Aardvark Drilling is a new-generation business focused on health and safety and on employee engagement.
Scrolling through the Aardvark Drilling social media sites – Twitter and Facebook – tells you something about this Guelph-based company. Posts highlighting St. Patrick’s Day, PiDay, and the International Day of Happiness mingle with soft-sell promotion and client-feedback invitations.
Timely quips and cartoons balance facts about water and news about Canada Water Week, Ground Water Awareness Week, and World Water Day. Photos show the Aardvark team assisting with the train derailment in Gogama in March, as well as the truck they painted pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Week. And safety – there’s a lot about safety.
“Safe, reliable, and professional” is more than just a tagline at Aardvark Drilling Inc.: these folks really walk the talk.
And they want to get everyone engaged in that conversation.