• Commercial
  • Public buildings

Re-leveling Floral Pavillion Theatre

Background The Floral Pavilion Theatre is situated in the seaside town of New Brighton on the Wirral Peninsula in England. The original building opened in 1913 and was completely rebuilt as part of the £60m Neptune Project redevelopment in 2007. Over recent years the floor slab within the main reception Plaza bar had settled causing […]

  • Roads

Emergency road / repair works, Barnet UK

Geobear was contacted by J Brown Construction to provide an emergency solution for a project they were completing for Thames Water. The overall project scope was to replace a section of leaking water pipe beneath Hadley Green Road in Barnet. Over the decades, gradual degradation had led to the victorian era pipe cracking, which resulted […]

  • Roads

A83 void filling and stabilisation

Client: Bear Scotland The A83 is a major road in the south of Argyll and Bute in the Scottish Highlands. It runs from Tarbet, on the western shore of Loch Lomond, where it splits from the A82 to Campbeltown at the southern end of the Kintyre peninsula. A section of the A83 near Furnace has […]

  • Infrastructure
  • Utilities

Void Filling beneath a gas sub-station – Romford, UK

Background Geobear was contacted to use it’s geoopolymer material to fill a void beneath a gas substation. The substation is situated on a slab supported at both ends by concrete rafts, visual inspections indicated the presence of a void beneath the centre of the slab. The void, caused by a combination of wash out and […]

  • Roads

Road Stabilisation – Southampton Docks approach

Keeping disruption to a minimum is a major issue when deciding how best to carry out carriageway repairs. So, when Southampton City Council needed to stabilise concrete slabs on an approach to the city’s docks last month, it wanted a solution that would complete the job quickly and allow the road to remain open. By […]

  • Public buildings

Seaton Deleval Hall Ground Improvement

Client: Historic Properties Limited Background Seaton Delaval Hall is a Grade I listed country house on the coastline in Northumberland, England, situated between Seaton Sluice and Seaton Delaval, It was designed by Sir John Vanbrugh in 1718 for Admiral George Delaval, now owned by the National Trust and more recently opened to the general public. […]

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