December 9, 2021 By Ground Water Canada
Aardvark Drilling Inc., a contractor with roots in Guelph, has made a notable contribution the development of the Morwick Groundwater Research Centre at the University of Guelph.
The company’s assistance has enabled the construction of a world-class hub for groundwater research, training, and collaboration. Once complete, the hub will house classrooms, a rock core library, teaching wells, and technology demonstration displays, serving as a focal point and staging ground for groundwater projects and student education.
The Morwick Groundwater Research Centre is nearing three-quarters of its fundraising goal, with more opportunities available to support the endeavour.
Aardvark has operations throughout southern Ontario, Eastern Canada, and Bermuda. Since 2002, the company has provided drilling services, equipment, and expertise for a wide variety of projects. Aardvark employs more than 20 people, and serves the public sector, private sector, and government projects alike. Aardvark and the Morwick G360 Institute have a long history of collaboration, working together on various projects in Wellington Region for more than a decade.
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