Geodivining Map of major faults at Gleneagles

Geodivining Map of major faults at Gleneagles
GEODIVINING

Geodivining Map of major faults at Gleneagles

This map extract from the 1997 Gleneagles Survey perfectly illustrates the unique proprietary Geodivining technique of remote-sensory surveying, showing the delineation of previously unknown major water-bearing faults deep in the bedrock, matching a target yield of at least 40,000 litres per hour. The best location in the apex of the junction at the bottom of this map was subsequently marked out more precisely using Geodivining techniques on the ground, including depth and yield forecasts; then drilled to confirm a yield of 52,000 l/hr from fractured bedrock at 230-360ft (108m)-(see next picture of Gleneagles Borehole 1). This provided all the water needed for irrigating both Kings and Queens championship golf courses, and a second borehole was drilled successfully for 27,000 l/hr for the Monarchs course. A few years later another borehole was drilled at the other junction at the top of this map proving another 50,000 l/hr for the Hotel and Spa and other residential developments.