Our Company

We are a UK leading specialist ground engineering contractor, who offer a range of complementary services, including earthworks and a range of ground improvement techniques.

GDL is regularly approached by contractors and designers to review and propose complete geotechnical engineering solutions for difficult development sites. Our established and experienced team has the capability to combine a range of ground improvement techniques to offer clients the most appropriate and cost-effective ground engineering solutions to ready sites for new development and infrastructure.

Issues in the ground are normally perceived as being one of the higher risks associated with development. We embrace partnership working and often engage early in the development process.  As a result we can, in certain circumstances, undertake contracts on a fixed price basis which offers clients cost certainty when planning their budget.

Our philosophy to embrace the latest technology demonstrates our commitment to our clients to deliver the best value engineered solution for their project which is delivered safely, on time, on budget and to the highest quality.

Recent Project Highlights

Bothwell Bank, Miller Homes
We were employed by our client, Miller Homes, as the design & build contractor for the enabling works at their site at Bothwell Bank where they are building 105 new homes.Read More
AECC Aberdeen, Henry Boot Developments
The new £330 million Aberdeen Exhibition Conference Centre (AECC) development is located south of Aberdeen airport. It was formerly the Rowett Institute and the site was of mixed used comprising a mix of wheat fields, pastureland, farm buildings and university buildings. Read More
Walney On-shore Sub-station, DONG Energy
We were appointed to provide our expertise in what is one of the largest ground improvement projects in the UK.Read More
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