Quantitative Risk Assessment

Detailed Quantitative Risk Assessment: Quantitative Risk Assessmnets by GeoCon Site Investigations Ltd use a variety of models and methodologies to carry out DQRA’s which include CLEA UK, SNIFFER and RBCA for soils and the Environment Agency P20 methodology and CONSIM

Phase II Factual and Interpretive Reporting

Reporting: A Phase II factual and interpretive report is then produced (Tier II) from the information collected during the site investigation and analysis. Using guidance and legislation we undertake risk assessment for human health and for controlled waters for the

Brownfield Development and Planning Consent

Government targets mean that approximately 60 – 80% of new developments are to be built on Brownfield sites. Brownfield is a term to describe areas of previously developed land which may or may not be contaminated. Such sites may include

Ground Source Heat Pumps

Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP) are a more environmentally friendly alternative to a conventional gas or oil powered boiler. The heat pump works by sourcing heat from a source with a constant temperature such as soils, rocks or groundwater. The

Geothermal Boreholes

Geothermal boreholes are drilled via geothermal drilling techinques and are drilled to depths typically around 100m below ground level. Ground loops are then installed in the boreholes and seal with thermal enhanced bentonite gout.

Fully Accredited

GeoCon are members of the British Geotechnical Association, AGS, CHAS Accredited and registered with ISO 9001, 14001 and 18001.

Expert Service

GeoCon specialise in Ground Engineering and Engineering Geology focusing on site investigation for all sizes of projects.

Precise Reporting

Our skilled consultants, ensure all projects are delivered on time, contact us today to find out how GeoCon can help.

Nationwide Coverage

GeoCon SIte Investigations have six regional offices located in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, and Bristol.

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