Innovation In Structural Investigation

GBG Structural Services


Materials Testing and Structural Investigations

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Introduction

GBG Structural Services started as Technotrade Ltd in 1983 and provided a fully independent materials testing and site investigation consultancy to the civil engineering, building and allied construction industries. In 2001 we demerged to form separate structural and geotechnical companies. The structural division of Technotrade has become GBG Structural Services Ltd. GBG Structural Services is wholly owned by its Directors, whose specialities range from civil and structural engineering, site investigation, water engineering and the chemistry of building materials. The company employs a wide range of specialists including chartered engineers, chemists, physicists and geologists. These are backed up by our support services of technicians and secretarial staff. Covering all types of construction materials, we work predominantly with the testing and investigation of traditional materials, concrete, masonry and steel. As new materials become available we expand our capacity to include testing of these.

Our policy is to work closely with Clients and their staff in every phase of an assignment and to report progress regularly. By working in this way, our Clients can gain sufficient insight into the problem in question to fully understand our report and its implications whether they relate to the future development of a site or to the management and repair of an existing structure. Our services are provided in both the U.K. and overseas. Contracts have been carried out on site in the Middle and Far East, Europe, Africa and South America with samples received from many more countries. We hope that our web pages will become a reference work for Clients and potential Clients to browse. We intend to continually update and extend these pages.

Please contact us by e-mail for further information:

GBG Structural Services Ltd
Bucknalls Lane
Garston
Watford
Hertfordshire, WD25 9XX
United Kingdom
Tel: 01923 678 800
Fax: 01923 678 500

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