Providing geotechnical engineering services for risk mitigation, SafeLane identifies ground hazards including unexploded ordnance. Its work enables clients to establish the suitability and feasibility of a given project.
Services range from ground profiling to the provision of technical advice, and from assessing environmental hazards to providing remediation strategies.
Building or civil engineering works require a thorough site investigation, to determine the land’s suitability for construction, what type of foundations are needed, how deep to drive piles etc.
SafeLane’s geotechnical engineering services enable its clients to realise their commercial ambitions and meet project timelines.
Services include desktop studies, site reconnaissance and consultation and full intrusive site investigations.
Trusted by consultants, engineers and geologists, SafeLane offers the geotechnical drilling knowledge and expertise required to determine the exact characteristics and structure of sub-surface materials.
To recover the most reliable rock and soil samples for testing, SafeLane operates a comprehensive fleet of drilling rigs for geotechnical investigations.
By determining the geologic formations likely to be encountered at a site, SafeLane also ensures the mobilisation of the correct type and number of drilling rigs rapidly – helping to save time and money for clients.
For your next geotechnical site investigation, talk to the commercial team today for a free initial consultation.
Geotechnical investigation for pile design
SafeLane supported a geotechnical consultancy client by drilling boreholes to assess ground conditions in central London ahead of planned piling works.Read more
Intrusive surveys for pile positions
SafeLane is conducting intrusive surveys of a brown field construction site in Swansea.Read more
Area clearance for geotechnical investigation Mozambique
SafeLane Global undertook clearance between Mucojo and Quissanga.Read more