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Displacement Analysis and Alarming
Displacement Analysis and Alarming

Client: Murphy Young Group

Location: Ridderhaven, Netherlands

Scope of Works:

As part of Ridderhaven’s construction, a material known as OIP (Blast Furnace Slag) was used as a base material under the building and roads. OIP is known to absorb moisture and expand which caused significant cracking of floor slabs and roads. The supporting columns within the structure were also showing signs of severe displacement, raising concerns of potential structural failure. Remedial works have been undertaken to alleviate the OIP expansion pressure on the columns by means of trench excavations. A near real-time monitoring system was installed to provide ongoing displacement analysis and alarming during the remedial works programme to warn construction crews of any significant displacements.

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Mapping the Extents of an Historic Landfill Site
Mapping the Extents of an Historic Landfill Site

Client: Hydrock Consultants

Location: Aldi Stores

Scope of Works:

LandScope Engineering were commissioned to locate and map the extents of an historic landfill site over approximately 50 hectares of agricultural land. The client required the delineation of the former landfill site to aid in design and planning of a new residential development. The survey involved two geophysical techniques that would be collected over two phases.

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Integrated Survey for Aldi Stores
Integrated Survey for Aldi Stores

Client: Stoas Architects

Location: Aldi Stores

Scope of Works:

LandScope Engineering have successfully completed integrated topographical and underground utility surveys of various Aldi sites across the Midlands. The majority of the sites were existing Aldi Stores with the requirement to expand either the store or associated car park. A number of brown-field sites were also surveyed to facilitate the design of new stores.

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