Housing Development for Former Hospital Site in Shrewsbury

Housing Development for Former Hospital Site in Shrewsbury

Geo Environmental Group have been commissioned by CALA Homes to undertake the geotechnical and environmental aspects of the residential development of a former hospital 'brownfield' site to the west of Shrewsbury.&n...
Tuesday 24th November 2009
 
Power to the People

Power to the People

Geo Environmental Group have been commissioned by a utility company to undertake a complete environmental liability assessment of a former gas-fired power station in Yorkshire for its proposed reuse as a power generating...
Tuesday 17th November 2009
 
More Housing for the Black Country

More Housing for the Black Country

Cala Homes have recently commenced the preliminary works for an 89 plot residential development on a 2 hectare 'brownfield' site in Bilston in a joint venture with a housing association. Geo Environmental Group have...
Tuesday 13th October 2009
 
All Clear at Military Landfill

All Clear at Military Landfill

Geo Environmental Group (GEG) recently completed a project on behalf of Mid Devon District Council (MDDC)  under the requirements of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 Part 2A. The land was owned by MDDC who originally owned an adjacent hou...
Saturday 1st August 2009
 
Sure Start for Birmingham Nursery Schools

Sure Start for Birmingham Nursery Schools

GEG have been appointed by Birmingham City Council to assess the foundation requirements and potential contamination risks for three nursery school extensions in Birmingham under the Government's Sure Start Scheme. Anthony Marriott, GEG's MD welcomed...
Tuesday 27th January 2009
 
GEG Undertake End of Lease Condition Survey on Industrial Premises

GEG Undertake End of Lease Condition Survey on Industrial Premises

GEG have been appointed by Faithful & Gould on behalf of their client South Derbyshire District Council (SDDC) to undertake a contamination survey of an industrial site prior to the end of the tenants' lease. If contamination is identified on the...
Monday 27th October 2008