It is very important to determine the depths of the locations of the historical buildings underground and their location before excavation. Archaeogeophysical studies should be carried out in order to determine the geometry and depth of the underground historical structures before the construction excavation, either in the direction of the archaeological excavations or in the protected areas.

In case of archaeogeophysical studies, the costs of archaeological excavation will be minimized, the excavations will be directed and the excavation process will be shortened. In the case of foundation sites, damage to historical structures will be prevented and basic depth and geometry will be determined.

Archaeogeophysical surveys; in accordance with the project site conditions, from geophysical research methods;

  • Georadar (GPR - Ground Radar)
  • Electrical Tomography (Multi-channel Electrical Resistivity Profile Technique)
  • Magnetic

methods or a combination of at least two of them.

As a result of geophysical studies, 2D and 3D section and block diagrams of underground are created to reveal the location, geometry and depths of possible historical structures underground.


  • Marmaray Project Yenikapı Yedikule Route Archaeogeophysical Investigations - Gama Nurol Partnership

                   Georadar (GPR - ground), Multi-channel Electric Tomography, Magnetic in open areas

  • Seaport Mega Yacht Harbor and Tourism Facility Archeojeophysical Study of Land and Sea Areas in Kazlıçeşme Field - Rönesans Holding

                   Georadar (GPR, Ground Radar), Magnetic (Gradiometer), Multicontour Electric Tomography, Sea Seal, Side Scan Sonar

  • İstanbul Metrosu Yenikapı and Sehzadebasi Station Sahara Archeojeophysical Studies - Yüksel İnşaat A.Ş.

                  Georadar (GPR, Ground Radar)

  • Fatih Women's Market Archaeogeophysical Investigations- Fatih Municipality

                   Georadar (GPR - Ground Radar)

  • Kınık Höyük Archaeogeophysical Study - De Pavia University

                   Georadar (GPR - Ground Radar)