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Borehole Site Investigation Liverpool and Manchester Railway

Earlier this year the team at Geoinvestigate North West carried out an interesting borehole site investigation in Irlam to the west of Manchester.  A house on the north side of the Liverpool and Manchester railway embankment had been subject to ongoing subsidence for many years and though it was suspected peat might be the problem…

Borehole Site Investigation in Cambridge provided idea for New Logo

Geoinvestigate’s new Site investigation logo has been entered for “Brands of the World” Competition 2014. Recognising excellence in logo design and branding, Geoinvestigate’s new logo has made it through the qualifying rounds of the Brands of the World competition for business logo design. Entries are in various classes covering construction, consultancy, IT, automative, hospitality, health,…

Geoinvestigate makes the front page

Geoinvestigate recently made the front page of the local newspaper Teesdale Mercury.   www.teesdalemercury.co.uk

Borehole site investigation finds missing moat in County Durham

Boreholes sunk by Geoinvestigate at 24 Market Place, Barnard Castle have found evidence of the Castles medieval moat. While it was always speculated that the castle had a moat on its east side running parallel to Market Place until now no hard evidence has been found to prove this. Even until recently archaeologists believed that…

Sinkhole Investigation Services in Greater London

Over the weekend a spokesperson from Geoinvestigates Reading Office told Sky World News that the sinkholes which had opened up in Oatridge Gardens, Hemel Hempstead and last week at High Wycombe could be attributed to either natural cavities or fissures in the Chalk geology which underlies both areas or mine workings in the Chalk. The…

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