Providing quality environmental consulting services since 1991
Phone: (502) 868-0975475 Connector Rd., Georgetown, KY 40324

About GeoScience

GeoScience Consultants, Incorporated is a privately owned environmental consulting firm located in Georgetown, KY, that specializes in the assessment and remediation of petroleum releases. GeoScience was incorporated in 1991 as an affiliate of Spade Corporation, also located in Georgetown. Spade Corporation was founded as Spade Pipeline in 1969, a company that excelled in the construction of pipelines for the transmission of natural gas and petroleum products. The company incorporated in 1972 and subsequently changed its name to Spade Corporation in 1987 to better reflect the range of services offered to their clients.

Taken from inside an underground storage tank excavation showing bedrock solutioning (weathered away on the right side of photo).

GeoScience got its start operating as the environmental division of Spade, serving as a consultant for major oil companies. Fulfilling the environmental consulting needs of major oil companies while working with its parent company has allowed GeoScience to gain a unique perspective on the management of environmental projects. Our affiliation with Spade also allows us access to the mechanical support needed to provide complete in-house services to clientele. Since our inception, GeoScience has expanded our client base to include both private industry and governmental agencies.

Safety & Training

Safety is of the utmost importance to GeoScience, from the initiation of the project through completion.

Creating a safe work environment for our personnel and clients is not something that we take lightly. The work that we do is inherently dangerous and requires complete participation from all levels of management to ensure zero losses and incidents. Each member of the GeoScience family is OSHA trained and certified at multiple levels and is required to maintain annual updates. GeoScience personnel are also trained in First Aid, CPR and Bloodborne Pathogens.

GeoScience employees regularly attend professional development and regulatory compliance courses in order to remain at the forefront of new technologies and safety standards.