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Constructive Evaluation has a team of experienced Geo-Environmental specialists, able to provide full Contaminated Land assessments or soil screening as necessary to fulfil the requirements of construction projects and to satisfy the planning process.

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Constructive Evaluation Ltd work across the construction industry serving a range of professional and private clients with pre-construction surveys, material analysis and building diagnostics.

Property and Construction
Working for clients including commercial developers, private home-owners as well as consulting civil and structural engineers, CE works throughout the property sector and within a range of Civil Engineering projects.

Our services cover pre-acquisition and preconstruction Geo-environmental and geotechnical surveys, Asbestos Surveys, Structural Surveying and construction materials assessment.We can assist on projects within any built environment setting, including private residences, public premises, commercial and industrial facilities, public buildings, infrastructure projects, Greenfield and brownfield sites as well as historic buildings.

Transport 
CE Ltd hold the necessary accreditations and have experience in transport sector, including Highways and with a particular specialism for Network Rail and London Underground Projects. 

Working for Network Providers, Term Contractors and specialist consultants CE understand the restriction and requirements of working in these challenging environments and can adapt our working practices to ensure the objectives of each investigation are reached.

Agriculture and Energy
To serve the growing technical advances in the agricultural industry, CE have tailored specialist ground and materials investigations to the design of new agricultural production, output facilities as well as solar farms, biomass plants and for the off shore wind industry.

Contact Paul Moore in our Head Office on 01243 533499 to find out how we can assist on your project.

 

 

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