A site investigation is an essential part in the design of all construction projects and is used to ascertain the geological, engineering and contamination characteristics of a site, which is necessary to determine how these factors will interact with a planned development. The purpose of site investigation is to establish parameters for foundation and substructure design; and to assess the potential contamination risks to humans, property and the environment.
The experienced team at A & J Waste Services can provide the following geotechnical services for your existing or planned developments:
- Trial holes/borehole drilling and sampling
- In situ field testing and monitoring
- Geotechnical laboratory testing (UKAS accredited test methods)
- MCERT soil analysis reporting
- Soil classification
- Site investigation reports
- Topographical surveys
- Waste classification
- Remediation reports and segregation plans
- Materials/contamination mapping.
Working very closely with our clients, and the relevant authorities, our technical team can deliver a wide range of investigation, assessment and remediation services, offering you an end-to-end service or anything in between.
And we have you covered when it comes to compliance of course. We are COTC WAMITAB Level 4 certified and provide full CL:AIRE DoW:CoP management services. Have a scroll through our website for further information on our accreditations. You can also see what our clients have to say about working with us.
To chat through your requirements or arrange a site visit, please call one of our team on 01749 880051 or email email@example.com