CET provides specialist geotechnical and environmental consultancy services to the UK civil engineering and property industries. Our consultants are supported by our in-house site investigation, field services and UKAS accredited laboratories; offering greater responsiveness and quality control.
With more than twenty five years’ experience of servicing the infrastructure, engineering and construction industries, we are well placed to offer best-practice advice on materials testing, geotechnical site investigation, reuse of materials and geotechnical design. Our breadth of service means we don’t compromise on solutions and are able to provide clients with the ideal balance of quality and cost-effectiveness, whilst minimising risk to the client’s budget and programme.
In addition, our team of environmental consultants provide technical services and advice on the redevelopment of contaminated sites. We provide a complete ground risk management service throughout the construction life-cycle; including design, construction and validation phases. An approach that allows us to deliver significant cost and quality benefits to our clients.
We have particular expertise in the infrastructure and property markets; including Rail, Road, Harbour, Utilities, Commercial & Residential.
Our specialist teams combine detailed site investigation with CQA laboratory testing and data analytics to review and assess potential geotechnical or environmental hazards.
CET provide specialist site investigation services to the UK construction industry and have carried out investigations for highway, airport, rail, marine, commercial and residential developments.
CET maintains Link Up “Qualified via Audit” status for geotechnical and environmental consultancy, site investigation services, structural and drainage surveys.
Phased desk and site investigations from CET provide support throughout the project lifecycle; from initial design through to construction and validation phases.
CET provide a range of waste soil classification services, designed to mitigate the risk of misclassification that can result from the reliance on WAC testing alone.