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Local Experts in

Geotechnical Services

A ‘Yes’ experience, every time

If you want your geotechnical testing and sampling done fast and done right the first time, you’re in the right place. A family-owned-and-operated business since the late 1980s, we deliver local geotechnical services to ensure your projects run smoothly.

 

With HiQA, you get:

  • A ‘Yes’ experience every time – no matter how difficult the task
  • Strong family values that ensure we put you and your community first
  • Highly-trained technicians and geotechnical engineers delivering quality work
  • Second-to-none local knowledge and expertise
  • Fully-equipped base laboratories in Perth, Darwin, Katherine, Tennant Creek, and Alice Springs
  • The ability to test anywhere in the NT and WA, and scale on demand
  • NATA accreditation for compliance peace of mind
  • The latest automated equipment and digital processing for ultimate efficiency
  • Accurate results delivered in a fast, smooth, and stress-free manner

Our Services

Happy HiQA Customers

"HiQA’s work this year in Alice Springs has been exceptional."
Stephen Linehan, Sitzler Bros

Recent Blog Posts

HiQA Leading the Way!

When COVID-19 hit, as a business, we were ready!   Our team were able to social distance from our clients and team members because of our transition to cloud based products, such as Microsoft Teams, Sharepoint Online and GeoTester. In conjunction with Calibre One, Telstra, Microsoft and GeoTester we have grown into a business that is […]

A New Way of the Future?

A real challenge faced on the Keep River Plains Road Upgrade project, besides being so remote, is the timeliness of results. HiQA Geotechnical in partnership with the Northern Territory Government are conducting a research project to improve the effectiveness and timeliness of conformance testing onsite. HiQA are undertaking research on the Light Falling Weight Deflectometer […]

Keep River Return

We recently ramped up at our Keep River Annex facility after a brief pause in construction over the wet season.  Our team, lead be James Action, headed back to site last month to complete stage one of testing fill and base course layers on the Keep River bridge.  Stage two consists of sealing the remaining […]