It’s All About Water
GeoServices, Ltd. is a group of consulting geologists located in Central Pennsylvania within a couple hours drive of the entire Mid-Atlantic region. We are dedicated to client service and practical problem solving in the environmental, water resource development, and natural resource management fields.
GeoServices continually strives to contain the costs of environmental compliance and are committed to providing professional expertise with the highest degree of service, integrity and client participation.
About GeoServices, Ltd.
GeoServices has assisted clients with projects located in Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, and North Carolina involving water supply development, litigation, environmental site characterization and remediation, land development, environmental site assessments, storage tanks, and permitting.
GeoServices has also developed a close working rapport with regulatory agency personnel at both the state and federal levels. In all cases, the close coordination and communication with regulatory agencies has provided for smooth and constructive evaluation of proposed actions.
The professional staff of GeoServices, Ltd. includes hydrogeologists and geologists with a broad range of hydrogeologic, geologic, and environmental expertise.
For our client’s convenience we provide on-line Payment Information, Account Information, and Secure File Sharing.
GeoServices Adds New Project Manager
GeoServices, Ltd. Is pleased to announce that Teresa A. Blauch, P.G. has joined the GeoServices team as a Project Manager. Teresa has more than 34 years of professional experience in geology and hydrogeology and she has applied her knowledge of these areas to soil investigations, groundwater studies, remediation projects, underground storage tanks, and environmental site assessments for both the private and public sectors. Her work involves feasibility assessment to select potential water supply well sites, supervision of well installation and development, and determination of aquifer properties and hydraulic gradient and direction to ensure that no negative impacts will occur to existing groundwater users, wetlands, streams, or other potential sensitive receptors. Her project experience spans New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Mississippi, and West Virginia.