Kiwa CMT have a geotechnical laboratory to carry out earthwork classification testing including Particle Size Distribution, Plasticity Index (Atterberg Limits), Bulk Density, Particle Density, Water Absorption, Sulfate and other chemical suites, etc
Our Geo-Environmental team can assist you with BS3882 Topsoil testing, Waste WM3/WAC testing and assessments, as well as testing and assessment to the Water UK/HBF/UKWIR requirements for water pipe placement.
Whether it be for contamination, geotechnical profiling, coal authority rotary boreholes, trial pitting, etc. we can help you achieve your technical goals.
Our dedicated and qualified teams are only a telephone call away, so whatever your requirements, large or small, we are ready to help you deliver.
The Land Contamination Risk Management (EA, 2020) guidance Stages 1 to 3 provides a framework for the understanding of risks presented from any contamination that may be present at a proposed development site.
The UKWIR “Guidance for the Selection of Water Supply Pipes to be used in Brownfield Sites” document (Ref 10/WM/03/21), presented in 2010, was designed for Developers, Self-Lay Organisations, Water Companies and consultants when planning, designing and constructing water mains and/or services in Brownfield sites.