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 →

16 Dec 2015
December 16, 2015

Staff news

The last 18 months or so have been extremely busy in the construction industry and, as ever, we are committed to ensuring that we have the necessary staff and resources in place to fulfil our Clients’ requirements Crossfield Consulting has recently welcomed four new additions to its staff. Tom Warley and Saskia Richards both joined.. read more →

17 Apr 2015
April 17, 2015

Asbestos – The Hazardous Whitish Stuff

Asbestos use in the UK declined steeply from the 1970s, with all asbestos products outlawed from 1999.  However, the legacy of past asbestos use in industry and construction continues, and according to HSE, asbestos is by far the largest work-related hazard.  In this context, this serious hazard is being tackled by specific legislation through the.. read more →