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Emergency mission – Earthquake in Nepal

Coordination of a team of geologists and engineers for the realignment of access trails to allow the provision of humanitarian assistance to earthquake-affected communities living in remote locations of Nepal; Works financed and supported by WFP and Swiss Humanitarian Aid (2015-2016).

Access to Upper Gorkha and Manaslu again possible!

The cantilever bridge has been finalised in 2015. It is again possible to walk all the way up to the Upper Gorkha district, on foot or with mules, for the first time since the earthquake struck Nepal in April 2015. This is a relief for the local people and also the trekkers that can now […]

Drilling in Geneva and monitoring of underground water

The Geological Service of the State of Geneva requested DROPSTONE to drill a borehole in Carouge (Geneva) in order to replace a former one that was damaged with the years. The purpose of the work is to allow a continuous monitoring of the underground water quality. The former borehole, used since 1976, was a historical […]