TeaCo Geophysical, LLC is a (SDVOSB) Service Connected Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business that is beginning our 13th year of successful operation in the Gulf South region of the United States. We are a geological consulting/ geophysical services company providing near surface and downhole geophysical methods to engineers, environmental, and concerned stakeholders viable options for identifying underground anomalies prior to invasive procedures. Applications are as varied and specific as our clientele desires, from simple paint markings on the surface, to completely georeferenced as built 3‐D AutoCAD maps of surveyed areas that are easily manipulated in powerful GIS programs.

As owner of TeaCo Geophysical, LLC, I would like to thank you for taking your time in considering remote sensing options for non-destructive and non-invasive site analysis in either geophysical division service line offered.

After returning home in the summer of 1991 from serving with the US Army in Operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm I worked from job to job with little direction or focus then in 1998 I returned to college where I received an Associate of Arts in general studies from Hinds Community College in Raymond, MS about 2 ½ years later. I attended the University of Southern Mississippi from which I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology in 2005. As an undergraduate, my focus of study was on fluvial and sedimentary processes. In August of 2007, I received a Master’s of Science Degree in Professional Geology from the University of Southern Mississippi. During my tenure as a graduate student I focused my research on classes that were applicable to geological research in the central states of the Gulf of Mexico region from Florida to Texas, with emphasis in clay mineralogy.

Having taken and passed both of the national ASBOG exams, I am currently a Registered Professional Geologist in good standing with the State Board of Registered Professional Geologists in MS, AR, and LA. My field experience represents over 25 years of well logging experience and 12 years of integrated geophysical survey applications. While working for the state geological survey I also include participation in large scale vertebrate paleontological excavations such as the salvaging of the Eocene Age, Clearview and Fleming Archaeocetes specimens for the Mississippi Office of Geology and the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, as well as, field experience in identifying archaeological sites during Phase I cultural resource surveys for private contractors.

Mark Teague, RPG