Nuon Renewables Ground Investigation
Applied Geology has recently undertaken a ground investigation for Nuon Renewables for a proposal wind farm at Swinford, Leicestershire. Applied Geology worked closely with the Clients' Engineer URS Scott Wilson and the University of Leicestershire Archaeological Services, together with local landowners and farmers to achieve the works with minimal disruption, on time and on budget. This project follows a number of other wind energy projects carried out across the UK in 2010, with additional works planned for 2011.
We are pleased to announce that from the 30th August 2018 our northern office has relocated to larger premises at First Floor, Lowton Business Park, Newton Road, Lowton St. Mary’s, Warrington WA3 2AN. The move follows a period of steady and sustained growth in our workload and staff numbers in our Northern Office over the last 4 years and will enable us to continue to expand over the coming years and provide locally based quality services to our clients in the region, supported by our Head Office in Kenilworth, Warwickshire. Lowton Business Park is ideally placed for easy access to the Northwest, Northeast, North Midlands, North Wales, Yorkshire and Derbyshire our primary operating areas from this office. The team in Lowton, lead by our Regional Manager and Senior Engineer Peter Gabrielle offers a full range of Geotechnical and Contaminated Land Consulting and Ground Investigation services, drawing on the experience and expertise of our Head Office and specialist consultants, where necessary.
Our New Address is:
Applied Geology Ltd
Lowton Business Park
Lowton St. Mary's
Telephone: 01925 738599
Our Managing Director, John Cartwright has recently been involved on a project as an Expert Witness. The project involved providing technical opinion on remedial works previously carried out at a former fuel filling station site. As part of the work, forensic analysis of hydrocarbons was carried out by Jones Environmental Forensics to provide evidence on the age of the high levels of residual hydrocarbon impact at the site. Jones Forensics can be contacted at www.jones-forensics.com. Unfortunately, for legal reasons, we can say no more (we’d have to shoot you).
You can’t have too much education
In recent months Applied Geology has been heavily involved with ground investigation work and detailed assessment of development options for a number of schools, academies and universities. Works have been carried out directly for individual schools, County Councils and Building Contractors across the Midlands and South East. The projects have involved a complex range of investigation types, carefully managed site works and rigorous reinstatement, to ensure minimal disruption to active school environments.