We employ around 40 professionally qualified staff, specialising in geotechnical engineering, geoenvironmental services and ground investigation. All teams range from graduates to chartered professionals with more than twenty years’ experience and a range of industry specific and health and safety (IOSH) qualifications.
We regularly undertake the design and planning of site investigations, supplying where required, Phase 1 desk study reports, Phase 2 Ground Investigation and Phase 3 remediation planning.
Our site investigations are typically managed and supervised by our engineering teams. From relatively small projects through to large scale site investigations for major schemes, we routinely carry out fieldwork supervision, soil and rock logging, trial, pitting, in situ testing, surveying and monitoring of groundwater and gas.
Results for fieldwork and laboratory testing are usually incorporated into a report. This can take the form of factual data but geotechnical recommendations and interpretation can be included. The geoenvironmental team also provide human health risk assessments, ground water risk assessment remediation strategies and verification reports.