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Ground investigation report

Ground investigation report

 

Ground investigation report

 

agb Environmental can conduct a thorough ground investigation report to make sure nothing on your project is overlooked.

Our aim is to carry your project from initial ground investigation reports through to a design for construction proceedings.

As well as our ground investigation report, we can also provide foundation solutions, preliminary design and geotechnical assessments. This will ensure the team of engineers and architects will have all the information for designing in detail.

Experienced in writing ground investigation reports, agb Environmental can then provide techniques such as machine excavated pit, a varied range of drilling, hand auger sampling and dynamic sampling. All of these elements add up to an in-depth picture needed for a contaminated land assessment. With both insitu and exsitu methods available to us, we can achieve top results with little interruption to you site.

agb Environmental’s ground investigation report will satisfy a Phase 2: Ground Investigation required for planning conditions. A ground investigation report will also leave you fully briefed and ready to take the next step for progressing your project.

With a well-developed portfolio in completing ground investigation reports, in the past we have worked with civil engineers, developers, planning consultants and architects. We have also consulted with government departments, public sectors and Local Authorities. Together with our other services, we have written ground investigation reports for projects including petrol stations, agricultural developments, gas works and schools.

For more information regarding our ground investigation reports, call us on 01638 663226.

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