Hello, my name is Shauna from Earth Environmental and Geotechnical. Today I am here to talk about the Phase 1 desk study. Your council may have asked for one as part of your planning application.

Hello I’m Shauna a Geotechnical Engineer. As a consultant at Earth Environmental and Geotechnical I’m often asked about CMRA’s and what they involve. A CMRA is a Coal Mining Risk Assessment and will be required as part of your planning application if your development is in a high risk area.

Hello, today I’m going to talk about Flood Risk Assessments, what they are and why they are needed.

If you’re planning a new development you may need to do a flood risk assessment as part of your planning application.

Earth Environmental & Geotechnical’s new director for the North East office in Teeside is Chris Rudd who joins our team of specialist environmental and geotechnical engineers. The office will cover the whole of North East and North Yorkshire offering expert support Geotechnical Engineering, Mining, Geotechnical and Geological Risk Assessment to our clients.

Earth Environmental & Geotechnical Engineering are excited to announce the opening of our new office in Redcar, North East of England.

High levels of radon can be found in buildings of any type, size or location. Radon Awareness week from Monday 4th November get the facts then act

High levels of radon can be found in buildings of any type, size or location Do you know the facts? Radon Awareness week from Monday 4th November get the facts then act

High levels of radon can be found in buildings of any type, size or location with occupants unaware of the potential danger unless a specific test has been carried out.

Do I Need A Flood Risk Assessment?

Planning a Development Within a Flood Risk Area? Then You’ll Need a Flood Risk Assessment.

A Flood Risk Assessment, also known as a FRA, is a report that details the main flood risks to a development site. It can also provide recommendations for mitigating measures to alleviate the impact of flooding to the site and surrounding area. The scope and details of the Flood Risk Assessments will vary depending on the size and topography of the site, and which Flood Zone the site lies within.

Geotechnical assessments performed by Earth Environmental and Geotechnical Ltd, are used to gather information about the physical properties of the ground for a wide range of applications, such as researching the suitability of sites for proposed developments or works, or for the repair of existing structures either damaged or at risk from subsurface conditions.