We are very excited…
Aardvark Drilling Inc. has recently purchased the water well drilling equipment from Gerrits Drilling and Engineering. The assets include a Foremost DR-12 and a Foremost Dr-24 and all the tooling and ancillary/support equipment needed for drilling medium and large diameter water supply wells. We are now offering pump installation services, pump testing, and of course all the other services we have been offering for years.
We are very excited to have the Gerrits crew with all their years of knowledge and skills join the growing Aardvark Team. For Water Well Drilling inquiries, quotes and bookings please contact either Matt England or Darren Juneau. Contact information can be found on our website contact page.
The three rigs warming up on a beautiful morning. Getting ready to continue drilling for the TTC Yonge Subway extension.
Both of these babies are 1969 FN-110 Nodwells. That’s the same year and model found on the Canadian stamp commemorating the great Canadian invention by John Nodwell.
It doesn’t get much better than this… a crisp cold, late fall day in the Toronto Portlands. Go Leafs!
We just spent a beautiful day with our CME 75 drilling at Kelso Conservation Area!
We sent a crew to New York to do a drilling project for the New York State Geological Survey, obtaining special PQ soil core for Dr. Andrew Kozlowski.
Aardvark has completed work on The Bermuda Bridges Geotechnical Investigation. The project was completed successfully within the budgeted timeline of 40 days.
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 recently took apart and packaged up our our little 6610 Geoprobe, to be loaded in an airplane to fly from Thunder Bay to a mine in Weagamow, ON.
We’ll be there for 12 weeks, doing injection well installations.
Drilling in Collingwood for the Ontario Geological Survey… waiting for the storm. A beautiful sky!
Burlington, ON – A shot of the crew and rig after completing Aardvark’s deepest ever continuously cored borehole in soil.
The final cored depth is 603 feet.
Congratulations to Don Grant and his crew. It is a new record for Don and Aardvark!