We have a vibrant track record having been engaged on numerous prestigious projects by many of the leading UK Client organisations. We have extensive operational skills in working on difficult access sites both on land and over-water.
Each section within the Company is represented by a well qualified and experienced manager, who provides a dedicated supervisory role to that particular stage of the works ensuring that all critical elements of the programme are fully achieved.
The Company offers a number of unique services to the industry, including cantilever platforms for near quay wall drilling, a mining platform to facilitate the investigation of abandoned shafts and a low headroom (basement) cable percussion unit.
Full time engineering specialists carefully manage the day to day requirements of individual operations, whilst company wide elements such as contract performance, effectiveness, health and quality are overseen at Director level to ensure that any potential issues are promptly dealt with.
The Company is bound by its rational and robust health, safety, environmental and quality policies at each stage of the project cycle. Our employees are friendly, approachable, responsible and knowledgable in the work they undertake on behalf of the Company and Client organisations.
We genuinely want to complete investigation work to the fullest expectation of the Client in every department of the Company.
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|Tall Ships, Sunderland||6||27||-||14||Geotechnical|
|Sunderland Strategic Route||12||40||52||44||Geotechnical|
|A90/A937 Laurenkirk Junction |
|Rosyth Naval Base||10||-||-||-||Geotechnical|
|A1 Lobley Hill to Dunston||12||21||62||65||Geotechnical|
|A19 Norton to Wynyard||10||42||-||38||Geotechnical|
|A9 Berriedale Improvements |
& Dialogue Works
|Holborn Enabling Works||6||30||30||73||Geotechnical|
|Carrington Source |
|Carlisle Southern Link |
Road (Phase I)
|East Leeds Orbital Route (ELOR) |
Supplementary Ground Investigation
The Christmas newsletter besides providing hearty greetings for the festive season it also summarises our performance and contract work over the latter part of 2017.
Our Winter Newsletter considers our progress over the 2018 period
and provides information on what we have been up to since our last update.
Our Spring 2020 Newsletter considers the progress made by the Company during 2019 which although challenging in parts has more recently welcomed new opportunities. (Coming Soon)