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Project Profile – N21 Culvert Crossing, Limerick

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 further details

Temporary slope stability analytics for regeneration in Glasgow

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 city.

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

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 the soft eye of the reception shaft and forming a groundwater seal at the soft-eye directly. The columns are secanted to form an improved solid block […]

Temporary works progressing for NRS Group

Temporary works progressing for NRS Group down in Barnagh, Limerick – a culvert installation. Carriageway adjacent is supported and remains live during the works @ 17,000 vehicles per day.

Helping out with Trench Control’s bespoke pile installation equipment

We undertook a third party temporary works check on Trench Control’s bespoke excavator-mounted hydraulic piling gate, seen here in action at Montrose Port.

One of the industry’s most innovative sectors delivers again

Two new publications show that the temporary works sector is current, relevant and continuing to innovate OK this blog post is a little bit premature as we haven’t had the time to review the subject documents in detail. We’re referring to two new high-level temporary works publications, one by CIRIA and one from the Temporary […]

Complex slope stability at Broomhouse

Complex slope stability for the SUDs pond at the crest of a high slope constructed with modified upfill at Broomhouse.

Ground Engineering Solutions – Consulting in Numbers

GES in numbers…. We thought it would be cool to try to distill our experience in to a pie chart and numbers!

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