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Ground Erosion in Scotland

Alan Wood & Partners GROUND EROSION in Scotland Ground erosion is impacting some of Scotland's key heritage sites, but site investigations can help gather data to help prevent this. KEY STATS Research conducted by Historic Environment Scotland found the following key points: £ 6000 An estimated £65 million is needed to protect and restore Scotland's heritage over the next decade. The 352 heritage sites ranging from Doune Castle to Skara Brae represents 6000 years of Scottish history. site Over half of the 352 heritage sites in Scotland are at risk of erosion or flooding. 89% of heritage sites in Scotland are exposed to damaging environmental effects. 28 of the 352 sites are An estimated additional classed as very high risk of flooding or erosion. The other 160 are at a high risk. £2.1 million per year will be required to preserve the long-term future of the heritage sites. SITE INVESTIGATION Construction and building projects, such as Scotland's key heritage sites require professional site investigations to ensure that the work is executed with a high level of quality, matches all agreed design requirements and most importantly client aspirations. Alan Wood & Partners experts act as experienced construction site supervisors in many diverse building projects from major multi million pound developments to minor structural repairs to buildings. With our help you can ensure that your goals for the project are at least achieved and in most cases bettered. For more details please visit Alan Wood & Partners have seven offices across the UK Hull, Leeds, Lincoln, London, Scarborough, Sheffield and York. Established in Hull in the 1960's, Alan Wood & Partners provide a comprehensive range of engineering services to the construction industry. Alan Wood & Partners are proud to deliver outstanding customer care, delivered by specialist teams, with the skills and experience required. Alan Wood & Partners ******.

Ground Erosion in Scotland

shared by ObjectiveCreative on Aug 05
Here we look at how ground erosion is impacting some of Scotland’s key heritage sites. We also look at how site investigations can help gather data to help prevent ground erosion from occurring.


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