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Rock Bolting & Netting – Chalford Viaduct

CAN Geotechnical was appointed as subcontractor after a catastrophic failure event.  It was in fact approximately 50m3 of rock which...

Soil Nailing & Meshing – Castle Eden Dene

Instability of the slope had damaged the storm drain outfall pipe.  CAN was brought in to undertake stabilisation of the...

Emergency Highway Rock Stabilisation using passive rockfall netting - Via Gellia

Emergency Highway Rock Stabilisation – Via Gellia

CAN pulls out all the stops to get the road open and safe again Recent rockfall on the busy Via Gellia...

Risehill Tunnel shaft works

Risehill Tunnel Shaft Works

Located on open exposed moorland on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, this was for CAN Structures a remote project. ...

Rock bolting at Shute Shelve Tunnel

De-vegetation & Rock Bolting – Shute Shelve Tunnel

Shute shelve tunnel is an old disused railway tunnel is now used exclusively by pedestrians and cyclists.  Areas of unstable...

Soil Nailing & Facing – Buckland Hollow A610

The slope in question is sandwiched between the A610 and the River Amber.  Over the years erosion has lead to...

Lighting Installation Wimbledon Centre Court

Lighting Installation – Wimbledon Centre Court

CAN was requested to undertake the replacement of the lighting system to Centre Court, Wimbledon. As with all stadia projects, it...

Mental Health at CAN: First Aiders Tim Nixon and Hazel Farnell

CAN improves commitment to mental health & well-being

CAN is continuing to improve our commitment to health and well-being. Hazel Farnell has recently undertaken a NEBOSH qualification in...

De-vegetation & Rockfall Netting – Watford Tunnel

Back in late 2016, CAN worked to remove approximately 15,000m2 of vegetation and install passive/drape mesh (Maccaferri 13,950m2, Enkamat 5,850m2)...

Minor Bridge Maintenance – Rhyl Bridge (Pont-y-Ddraig)

Ongoing general maintenance was required to the bridge, consisting of the installation of new electrical feed cables to the under-bridge lights...