The analysis facilitated a complex negotiation with DLR and their supervising engineers, enabling the development to be constructed with no piled foundations, providing a considerable cost and programme saving to the client.
CGL’s significant involvement with the 170ha Barking Riverside Development has been highlighted with a feature article in Ground Engineering.
CGL presented at a HSEQ (Health Safety Environment Quality) event hosted by VolkerFitzpatrick, with the topic of presentations focused around Temporary Works.
CGL will hold a Breakfast Seminar on Reuse of Foundations (RuFUS) – The Opportunities for Development on Thursday 15th November at the CGL London office.
The buttress pile system has been employed successfully again by CGL to enable the temporary support of a 9m retained excavation height in west London.
After the success of our London Breakfast Briefing on Managing Construction Waste Liabilities CGL are hosting this event again in Exeter for our South West clients.
CGL is delighted to be taking part in the Engineering in Chalk 2018 conference at Imperial College London on 17-18 September.
Editors at Environment Analyst magazine have written about the remediation and groundwater treatment supervised by CGL at a proposed 26-storey, mixed use development site in Brunel Street, East London. The site has been occupied or used for...
CGL has recently undertaken ground investigation works at the slipway of Portsmouth lifeboat station to assist planning and design of works to extend the slipway
Book your place on CGL’s Managing Construction Waste Liabilities Breakfast Briefing, Tuesday 11th September at 8.30am, CGL London office, Marylebone
The CGL Netball Team has reached its best ever league position as second place runner-up in the Reading District Netball League Division 1.
CGL’s site investigations at Creag Dhubh are within commercial forestry, with soft peat bogs and recently felled areas, so our team is utilising specialised wide-tracked, low load-bearing plant to access all proposed exploratory locations.