13 Mar 2013
March 13, 2013

The State of the (False) Economy

Times still appear to be uncertain with the terms “austerity” and “triple-dip recession” cropping up at regular intervals in news reports. It is natural that, within the construction industry, companies are seeking out the best value and looking to reduce costs to improve the profitability of new developments. Care does need to be taken, however,.. read more →

13 Mar 2013
March 13, 2013

New Starts, Consistent Approaches

Crossfield Consulting welcomes Charlie Alwyn-Abbasi, who has joined us as a graduate engineer. He graduated from Plymouth University with a degree in Applied Geology and his degree has included various aspects of engineering geology that are relevant to the services we offer. As our longer-term Clients are probably aware, Crossfield Consulting has recruited a number.. read more →

03 Jan 2013
January 3, 2013

A review of recent projects

Remediation supervision and verification, liaison with the Environment Agency on permitting issues. Investigation and advice for a supermarket development including a basement car park and design of retaining walls. Investigation and advice for several major rail developments including Thameslink and Crossrail. Remediation verification for construction of an underground pumping station on a landfill adjoining rivers… read more →

26 Dec 2012
December 26, 2012

Good luck to Derek Mann on his retirement

As more of our Clients are aware, Derek Mann retired at the end of September.  We could not let such a momentous event pass without some commemoration.  So in the last weekend of September, all members of staff and their partners celebrated Derek’s distinguished career in geotechnical engineering and his significant contribution to Crossfield at.. read more →