Brownfield sites are considered great for redevelopment of not only housing and commercial buildings, but also as open spaces for recreation, conservation, woodland, and other community areas

On Friday 8th November 2019 join Earth Environmental & Geotechnical team and industry experts, to access their expertise on developing Brownfield sites.

Earth Environmental & Geotechnical have been involved in the assessment of ground conditions on the site for a number of years. The site is a shopping park which is being redeveloped and rejuvenated.

Site Investigation and Hydrographic Survey of the River Bed. Our client was planning to divert an electricity cable from the towpath of a canal aqueduct and place it below the River Lune.

The land was being acquired from the local council and pre-acquisition desk studies highlighted adverse ground conditions associated with shallow coal mining and former land uses.

Earth Environmental and Geotechnical welcome Tim Major as the new Director in their new Sheffield office. He has over thirty years experience involved in Ground Engineering; the project management and the technical direction of all aspects of geotechnical and environmental projects.

Earth Environmental are excited to announce the opening of their new regional offices in Sheffield, expanding the business into Yorkshire.

Tim Major is the new Director in the Sheffield office. He has over thirty years experience involved in Ground Engineering; the project management and the technical direction of all aspects of geotechnical and environmental projects.

Ecotrak® allows for assessment of radon soil gas. Ecotrak® enables developers to decide whether a NEW residential or commercial property requires radon mitigation measures

We are now the exclusive provider of Ecotrak® in the UK. Ecotrak® allows for assessment of radon soil gas. Ecotrak® monitoring allows developers to make an informed decision about whether a NEW residential or commercial property requires radon mitigation measures.

New retail park in Prescot. A series of site investigations have been conducted on a former BICC cable site that was previously remediated in 2005 by the local council.