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Ground investigation
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Contaminated land assessment

Buried Services – A Ground Investigation Problem?

July 20, 2013
by Martin Cooper

You arrive on site with detailed plans of the buried services. The electricity and telecommunications can be readily confirmed with your Cable Avoidance Tool (CAT); the route of the gas main, sewer and water main are visually located through pavement scarring and covers.

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Basement impact assessments – friend or foe?

July 20, 2013
by Steve Branch

It was with great interest that I read an article on Basement Impact Assessments (BIAs) in a recent issue of Ground Engineering magazine, with particular reference to BIAs carried out in London Borough of Camden.

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