AbstractGeomechanics is a complex discipline that covers issues of geology, geophysics, petrophysics, mechanics, etc. Building a digital geomechanical model should start with data collection and compilation. This stage lays the foundations for all subsequent work. The basis for the geomechanical model is a special GIS complex, which must include DTP, DTS, RHOB, CALI, and GR. A case study of a deposit in the Krasnoleninskii Arch offers a solution to the problem of reconstructing the slowness of P- and S-waves, as well as the bulk density, based on various approaches.