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Landfill site Lehmtobel in Flawil SG

In the area of the landfill site Lehmtobel in Flawil a remediation of contaminated soil and a river development are planned. Together with the engineering company Gruner + Wepf AG we have received the assignment to plan the necessary work in detail and to take over the construction supervision.

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  • Published on January 25, 2017

Company Premises ThyssenKrupp Presta AG, Eschen

After our company did geotechnical and contamination surveys for a number of construction undertakings on the company premises of the ThyssenKrupp Presta AG in Eschen, a geotechnical analysis of the whole area of the premises will be carried out. 

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  • Published on August 12, 2016

Groundwater model Gossau - St. Gallen West

A cooperation consisting of the city of Gossau, the technical Services of Gossau, the Municipal Utilities of St. Gallen (sgsw) as well as the Canton of St. Gallen have decided to commission GBB with an extensive groundwater model calculation in order to protect and plan a sustainable cultivation of the extensively used groundwater volume between Gossau and St.Gallen. The models goal is to better estimate the future impact on the groundwater arising from additional usage of the water and the construction of new buildings in that zone. Moreover, it is useful in order to design possible future zones for the use of geothermal energy from the groundwater.

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  • Published on May 25, 2016

Private Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Littenheid (TG)

A new building is planned to be constructed close to the Private Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy on the so called area “Rössli” at Littenheid. In order to be able to construct the new building, three existing buildings and one gasoline station have to be dismantled. Due to the year of construction and the journalization in the cadastral land register of the contaminated location we expect some contaminants and a necessary examination of the contaminated site.

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  • Published on May 11, 2016