Beach Ground Engineering Ltd – Who we are

At Beach Ground Engineering we provide a specialist soil stabilisation service to the construction industry. Furthermore, we carry out insitu treatment of unsuitable and unworkable ground using combinations of lime, cements and other hydraulic binders.

Our management have a prestigious portfolio of experience including contracts such as Manchester Airport 2nd Runway, Stansted Airport Juliet Taxiway, Aircraft Stands and public car parking, Motorway Services Areas, A2/M2 Widening, A66 Temple Sowerby Bypass. In addition, distribution hubs for clients such as Tesco, M&S, Next, Ikea, Comet & John Lewis have all been stabilised by the team.

Our managers were also involved with the construction of the Olympic Park for London 2012; stabilising soils in the Athletes Village, International Broadcasting Centre and the athlete’s main warm-up track.

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Our sporting pedigree continues, with the redevelopment of Silverstone Race Circuit, Snetterton and the Lotus test tracks, and even a rally testing track in Cumbria! Manchester City FC and Brighton & Hove Albion have also benefitted from our expertise; as well as Salford City Reds.

With the support of our parent company, Natta Building Co Ltd, we are now able to offer a ‘turn-key’ package for your projects – from design, laboratory trials, earthworks, groundworks and structures. As a result, you only have to speak to one team to get the best in project delivery! Also, we are happy to carry out stabilisation works only.

Applications:

  • Improvement of fill materials to increase bearing capacity.
  • Capping layer / Sub-base replacement for highway works, parking, storage areas, Airport runways & taxiways, haul roads and site improvements.
  • Remediation of Brownfield sites.
  • Benefits:

  • Lower landfill costs.
  • Less imported granular material, less aggregate levy.
  • Reduced construction traffic by up to 95%.
  • Faster solution for haul roads, construction compounds and pavements.