Gibson Drilling Services on the Sunshine Coast offers an extensive range of exploration services and drilling. Being able to adapt to new challenges and various mining conditions means we complete projects on time and on budget.
With a maximum drilling depth of 700m, take a look in detail at the services we provide.
In order to access underground water sources, a licensed driller is required to complete your bore to Australian standards. With 23 years’ experience under our belts, we’ve earned the highest water well licence, as well as a Certificate IV in Drilling, which ensures your water bore will be completed with quality and a steady hand.
Using an unlicensed driller can potentially lead to irreparable damage being done to aquifers and the environment—so it’s best to trust the experts. Having never caused an incident since we started in 2007, Gibson Drilling Services has the knowledge and skill to drill through all types of ground and environmental conditions.
This means your bore will be completed to the required depth and will function properly and safely for both you and the environment. We also install monitoring wells to monitor the quality of groundwater at waste storage or treatment facilities.
Geotechnical drilling is used to monitor water quality in landfills and petrol stations and can also be used to identify minerals for the purpose of mining.
The law requires that a site is investigated before construction. Gibson Drilling Services is here to make sure your project is safe and suitable.
For mineral exploration, water wells, seismic drilling and much more—Gibson Drilling Services offers a range of methods to get to the bottom of it. These include:
All our services are accompanied by well-maintained and mine compliant equipment.
Here’s our current list of equipment:
Bourne 1250 on Mack Valueliner
Bourne 1000 on Ford Louisville
Bourne 1500 on FM Volvo
2009 Atlas Copco 1200cfm 450psi compressor with water tank on a FL10 Volvo
2008 Atlas Copco 1200 cfm 450psi compressor with water tank on Mack Ultraliner
Atlas Copco 800 cfm 300psi compressor with water tank on Mack R