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You may have been informed by your local planning department / architect / project engineer that you require a site investigation. This is to assess the ground conditions of the land which you plan to build on. The results of this process will tell you if further ground treatment will be required before building work can commence. A site investigation gives clients clarification about their land condition before further investment is made in a project.
A Coal Authority Permit is required in order to enter or disturb an area of Coal Authority mining interest. The process of applying for this permission normally takes around 4 weeks. Once granted is it valid for 12 months. We can assist with this process if required.
Find out more about this process here
We submit all of our work via data (drilling and grouting) logs which shows what has been completed and the results of our work. This data can then be used to validate the ground conditions of the site and allow you to move forward with the next stage of your project.
A site investigation on a small development can typically be completed in 1-2 days. A larger site, or more substantial drilling and grouting project can vary significantly depending on the nature of the work required. please contact us to get a more accurate estimation for your project.
Yes, if you have a site you would be interested in us working on, we will certainly come and meet you on site so we can understand the project and what you are wanting to achieve.
This also allows us to see if the site is suitable for work to commence, in terms of accessibility for plant and equipment, health & safety and local water supply.
We are based in Harworth, Nottinghamshire. A lot of our work typically falls within a 40 mile radius of our base covering Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, South Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
However we do undertake work further afield, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch