Excavation Stability/ Difficulty

Using in-situ and laboratory testing data, recommendations regarding the stability of temporary excavations and the need for shoring are commonly provided within Ruddlesden geotechnical's reports.

Comments on the difficulty of excavation and the need for breaking or ripping, particularly where ground levels are to be reduced, are also commonly included within geotechnical reports.

Case Study

Temporary Works Excavation Stability Assessment, North Devon

It was proposed to construct a retaining wall as part of the proposed redevelopment of a residential site in north Devon. Ruddlesden were commissioned to provide a method...

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