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Ground investigation
Geotechnical consultancy
Contaminated land assessment

What makes a good Geotechnical Engineer / Engineering Geologist?

January 11, 2018
by Steve Branch

As we start another year and consider recruitment options I starting wondering whether we could put in a nutshell what the qualities are that we look for, particularly in new graduates, which is where we find most of our staff.

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Wyvil Road, Vauxhall, London SW8

January 8, 2018
by Matt Legg

The proposed development for this site comprised the demolition of the existing buildings and the subsequent construction of a 36-storey residential tower, standing at around 120 m high, with two commercial podium buildings of between five storeys and eight storeys.

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Development of Ten Lock Flight Public House, Runcorn

January 2, 2018
by Steve Branch

In mid-2104 Wildgoose Construction asked GEA to review the findings of three previous phases of investigation at a site in Runcorn adjacent to the Bridgewater Canal, where significant contaminated land issues had been identified.

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The Trouble with Groundwater

January 1, 2018
by Steve Branch

The biggest problem with groundwater, particularly in the sort of mixed soils that characterise much of the southern half of the UK, is how difficult it is to determine where it is in the ground. This, of course is not really what the client wants to hear.

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