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What are Hydrological Surveys?

RWB Group works with environmental agencies, local councils, and large developers, conducting environmental hydrographic surveys. We are highly experienced in all survey disciplines, and we ensure we meet the client’s objectives using the most appropriate methodology. Our professional service is value-driven, and we are fully accredited to ISO 9001, 14001, and 4501. Above ground hydrology...

What Is Hydro Excavation?

We work with companies operating in commercial and industrial sectors such as oil and gas. Our solution is an accurate and non-destructive way to excavate earth, making it a popular choice for locating buried utilities. The process is highly efficient and safer compared to its mechanical alternatives.   Hydro excavation is a low-risk solution for...

Why Does Underground Mapping Matter? The Facts Behind It.

Underground mapping is a very important process of discovering problems underground that can’t be seen with the naked eye, this technology guides us to the problem with accurate information and special tools being used in the process What is underground mapping Underground utility mapping is a method of defining the underground location and labelling. Such...

‘Big Carl’ The World’s Largest Crane

The world’s largest crane called Big Carl has started work on the Hinkley Point nuclear power station site. It’s named after Carl Sarens who is the father of the Belgian family business that made it. Big Carl is a 250m tall crane that has been developed to support the growth of modularisation in big construction....

No Dig Technology? What’s the Big Idea?

What is No Dig Technology? This type of technology is the installation, repairing and renewing of underground pipework without using the traditional methods of excavation. This piece of no dig trenchless technology allows access to the pipework without digging up the earth which needs a fair bit of manpower, this would cost a company money...