31 Mar 2020
March 31, 2020

Time to Celebrate

This week marked 100 combined years of employment at Crossfield Consulting for Robert, Ian, John, Gareth and Caroline. We would have liked to have been able to celebrate the occasion in the office as one big Crossfield family but, during these unprecedented times, we are all currently working from home, so we are not together… read more →

Whilst the idea of converting barns and other similar structures to form residential dwellings is not new, the process gained popularity during the second half of the 20th century before slowly falling out of favour as planning laws were tightened.  However, since 2014, planning restrictions have eased and barn conversion type projects often now fall.. read more →

01 Mar 2018
March 1, 2018

Crossfield Consulting’s 21st Birthday

It’s Crossfield Consulting’s 21st Birthday and we have pleasure in announcing the appointment of Ian Brooks as a Company Director. In addition, and in recognition of their loyalty, long service and significant contribution to the growth of Crossfield Consulting, Ian Brooks, John Whittle, Gareth Fry and Caroline Walliss have been given shareholdings in the company… read more →

16 Dec 2015
December 16, 2015

Ground gas precautions

It has always been required that buildings are designed and constructed to provide a safe structure.  Many years ago, issues of ground gas hazards were left entirely to the judgement of the design team and, where considered necessary, were addressed using basic engineering principles (influenced by the mining industry and associated ground gas experience).   In.. read more →

Construction operations can produce significant volumes of soil arisings and wastes that, on occasion, cannot be included in the site development and can, as a result, incur large disposal costs. Under waste legislation, waste producers have a duty of care to ensure that waste is properly classified and disposed of. Waste advice is one of.. read more →