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Irish utility provider appoints to GI framework

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Irish water and gas network owner Ervia has appointed to its multi-supplier framework for the provision of site investigation.

Causeway Geotechnical, Irish Drilling, Priority Geotechnical, Whiteford Geoservices and IGSL have all been appointed to the framework which will provide intrusive and non-intrusive site investigation works.

The intrusive site investigation works will include geotechnical investigation works consisting of cable percussion boreholes, rotary core holes, dynamic probing, window sampling, trial pits, slit trenches, on-site sampling and testing works, laboratory works, factual and interpretative reporting.

The non-Intrusive site investigation works will involve geological investigation works consisting of 2D resistivity, seismic refraction, multichannel analysis of survey waves (MASW), electromagnetic survey, factual and interpretative reporting.

The framework will run for three years with the potential for two 12 month extensions and was originally advertised in July last year. 

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