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Keep up to date with our current activities in ground engineering but also, check out our blog for longer form articles / opinion pieces on all things related to cone penetration testing (CPT), geotechnical design and temporary works design.

Project Profile – N21 Culvert Crossing, Limerick

Project Profile – N21 Culvert Crossing, Limerick

August 12 2019
Working to develop the Technical Approval Report on behalf of NRS Group in Ireland, we designed a system of temporary works in order to facilitate a crossing. Click for...
Project Profile – Bothwellbank, Glasgow

Project Profile – Bothwellbank, Glasgow

August 11 2019
Working with specialist geotechnical contractor Ground Developments Ltd (GDL) and on behalf of Miller Homes, we undertook the design, supervision & verification of a series of geotechnical components that...
Displacement augur piling in Glasgow

Displacement augur piling in Glasgow

June 6 2019
Displacement augur piling in Glasgow designed by GES. Less than 1.2mm residual settlement at static load up to 1.5DVL....
Temporary slope stability analytics for regeneration in Glasgow

Temporary slope stability analytics for regeneration in Glasgow

May 25 2019
Temporary slope stability analytics undertaken for a remediation site in Glasgow. Variable matrix of granular and cohesive anthropocene deposits infilled an historic railway cutting in the north of the...
DSM Temporary works in Humber for the Skanska-Porr-A.Hak JV

DSM Temporary works in Humber for the Skanska-Porr-A.Hak JV

May 16 2019
DSM (Turbojet) temporary works installation in Humber for a major civil engineering project. The columns perform multiple functions including strength & stiffness improvement for TBM alignment as it approaches...
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