UK-based geotechnical and geoenvironmental site investigation company Structural Soils has launched its new, integrated site investigation and supporting services for the rail industry.
The new nationwide services RAIL SI and RAIL SI+PLUS are set to offer solutions designed to deliver all aspects of surveys that are related to rail and will provide coordinated site investigation packages from a single supplier.
They will also enable clients to combine their surveys in a single package.
Structural Soils director Jon Bassett said: “These new services will enable Structural Soils to mitigate the complex, multi-faceted nature of rail-related surveys and provide effective solutions to the challenges that clients face.
“By offering collaborative services from a single supplier, RAIL SI and RAIL SI+PLUS ensure that clients will have minimal reliance on multiple, subcontracted services and thus greater project control.
“By using Structural Soils, clients will reduce track possession costs, increase economic value and maximise limited windows of opportunity to obtain important data from the rail environment.”
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The company will use the new RAIL SI+PLUS service to offer full site investigation capabilities with the addition of bolt-on services, including geospatial surveys, ecological surveys and asbestos management.
RAIL SI and RAIL SI+PLUS services are set to launch in the country by the end of this year.
Structural Soils, a member of RSK Group, undertakes contracts nationally and internationally through its offices in Bristol, Castleford, Glasgow and Hemel Hempstead.