Ground & Water undertakes all forms of ground investigation to determine the physical, mechanical and chemical properties of soil and rock.
Ground & Water provides high quality holistic contaminated land solutions.
Ground & Water
Working with you to become the contaminated land and ground engineering consultants of choice for London and the south.
Ground & Water provides sound solutions for all your contaminated land and ground engineering problems. Our no-nonsense approach, experience and highly responsive team of engineers give us the resources necessary to manage projects from conception through to completion and provide, investigation, analysis and design services to suit every budget. Quality and compliance is a Ground & Water core value and all our reports are signed off by a Chartered team member.
From our Hampshire base we work with clients on housing and commercial construction projects across London and the south. We work with small and medium sized developers, housing associations, structural engineers, architects and local authorities. Our friendly, approachable team, prides itself on its attention to detail and customer service and strives to ensure Ground & Water’s clients have the information they require when they need it.
Ground & Water provides a full range of contaminated land investigation services and remedial solutions. Our engineers are asbestos in soil, non-licenced trained.
Ground & Water conducts investigations to determine the physical and chemical properties of soil and rock and delivers sound ground engineering solutions.
In addition to core services, our experienced team of geo-engineers enable us to offer a range of specialist geotechnical and geoenvironmental services.
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