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Bellozanne – Rock Face Stabilisation

The Island of Jersey’s major wastewater treatment facility at Bellozanne was constructed in 1959, and with a growing population and...

Highfield House – Highway Soil Nailing & Facing

In 2012, South Gloucestershire Council received a report of a landslip on a cutting slope separating this highway from a...

Dawlish Seawall – Retaining Wall Strengthening

During the high-profile winter storms of 2014 high seas and strong waves caused catastrophic damage to the seawall supporting the...

Peckfield Road Cutting – Vegetation Management & Rock Netting

This cutting on the Micklefield to Leeds Station line had suffered rockfall historically, and a programme of works was devised...

Scarborough Spa – South Cliff Slope Stabilisation

Scarborough Spa – South Cliff Slope Stabilisation

As part of the overall South Cliff Slope Stabilisation Scheme (SCSS) CAN carried out stabilisation of the slopes above the...

Dawlish Seawall – Tie Down Anchor Drilling Works

Dawlish Seawall – Tie Down Anchor Drilling Works

This high profile scheme, winning a Brunel Medal from the ICE, consisted of construction of a new sea wall reinforcement...

Churchland’s Cutting – Rail Cutting Stabilisation

Churchland’s Cutting – Rail Cutting Stabilisation

The Churchland’s Cutting forms the southern approach to the well-known Harbury Tunnel and reaches a maximum depth of 34m at...

Gedling access road slope stabilisation

Gedling Access Road – Slope Stabilisation & Vegetated Wall

CAN Geotechnical were contracted by Balfour Beatty to carry out stabilisation works to a new access road cutting on the...

Clock Café Chalets – Failed Retaining Wall Reconstruction

The Clock Café Chalet Beachfront project was implemented to repair and reinstate damage caused by a significant retaining wall collapse...

Pound Pill Railway Cutting – Soil & Rock Slope Stabilisation

CAN were employed to carryout stabilisation work along one side of this 500m long railway cutting in Wiltshire, which had...