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Sauls, Nomis partner with Seismic Surveys

By |  June 20, 2022
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Says Sauls Seismic’s Jeff Taylor: “Our group has the premier remote-monitoring services, geotechnical engineering expertise and data-reporting and analysis capabilities that can help our customers throughout the country to confidently manage their projects.” Photo: Xesai/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Seismic Surveys, Sauls Seismic and Nomis Seismographs established a partnership under the Argus Monitoring Solutions platform.

According to the companies, the partnership enhances the companies’ expertise and capabilities to facilitate compliance and optimize performance associated with activities in the aggregate, mining and construction industries.

Seismic Surveys, founded in 2001 and headquartered in Frederick, Maryland, is a provider of infrastructure-related consulting inspection services and seismic and environmental monitoring services.

As a result of the partnership, the companies say Seismic Surveys and Sauls enhance their ability to respond to customer needs with more localized resources, improving access to geotechnical, environmental and structural monitoring and professional geotechnical engineering expertise while continuing the development of Nomis seismographs and Sauls’ data-reporting platform.

“We are thrilled to partner with Sauls and Nomis for Seismic Surveys’ next phase of growth,” says David and Elena Miller, co-founders of Seismic Surveys, in a written statement. “We joined the Argus family of companies due to its commitment to back the existing Seismic Surveys team and culture, and the unique opportunity to pair Seismic Surveys with a growing platform focused on seismic and environmental monitoring services.”

Jeff Taylor, president of Sauls Seismic, is excited about partnering with the Seismic Surveys team and the capabilities it offers.

“Our group has the premier remote-monitoring services, geotechnical engineering expertise and data-reporting and analysis capabilities that can help our customers throughout the country to confidently manage their projects,” Taylor says.

Kevin Yanik

About the Author:

Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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