To enable the safe development of critical infrastructure projects globally, SafeLane provides its full range of unexploded ordnance services to humanitarian, governmental and commercial clients.
It also provides marine, civil and geotechnical engineering services to its commercial clients in the UK and Germany.
SafeLane enables its infrastructure sector clients – including those working in utilities, highways and the environmental sector – to operate safely, efficiently and cost effectively, providing unexploded ordnance surveys, clearance services and comprehensive geotechnical engineering services.
Its comprehensive desk studies are backed up by risk assessments, which frequently form the basis of any project.
These allow SafeLane to advise clients on the most effective and efficient approach prior to any intrusive site investigation or sampling being done.
Risk management identifies the nature, location and extent of any hazards, and SafeLane’s geotechnical engineers design investigative programmes to quantify and mitigate hazards.
Finally, as its clients’ comprehensive solutions provider, SafeLane underwrites client risk.
Emergency UXO incident handling UK
A German airdropped SC250kg bomb was discovered on a construction site in Bath. SafeLane Global subject matter experts successfully handled the incident.Read more
UXO disposal for construction company in Scotland
SafeLane Global was employed to develop and implement a comprehensive unexploded ordnance (UXO) risk mitigation strategy for a development project on a former RAF site in Scotland.Read more
UXO risk mitigation strategy for UK constructor
SafeLane Global was the principal site contractor for a leading UK constructor on a former MoD site.Read more
Risk assessments for installation of water mains UK
SafeLane Global provided preliminary risk assessments for 46 sites in the South East of England, prior to the refurbishment and installation of water mains.Read more