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Case Studies

The Eden Project, Cornwall

The Eden Project is a unique redevelopment of a Cornish China Clay Pit into possibly the world’s largest greenhouse. The project took 2½ years to construct and opened to the public on 17 March 2001. JGP were the Geotechnical Engineers for the project providing the geotechnical investigations, supervision of the on-site laboratory testing / monitoring…

Troon Adit Historic Mine Stabilisation Works

This project encompassed the geotechnical ground investigation, stabilisation and structural remediation of historic mine collapses associated with Troon Adit, Cornwall. Troon is a large village located just over two miles southeast of Camborne in West Cornwall. The village is associated with the regions historical tin and copper mining industry that dominated the area in the…

Plymouth Tank Farm

Plymouth Tank Farm is one of the main fuel storage and distribution terminals in the Southwest.  JGP have worked for Greenergy and the previous site owner Conoco Philips for an extended period providing various multi-disciplinary services. The Tank Farm is located adjacent to the estuarine ‘Cattewater’, which is the deep-water channel that connects the River…

Buckfast Abbey, Buckfast, Devon

JGP has carried out various design and investigation projects at Buckfast Abbey over the past ten years, from ground investigations, slope retaining structures, building conversions and refurbishments, to new builds. Located next to the River Dart, the monastery at Buckfast dates back to 1018 to the reign of King Cnut. The Abbey has been rebuilt…

Millbay Regeneration, Plymouth

The £350M regeneration of Millbay is transforming the 20-acre historic Brunel Docks area into a new harbourside community comprising housing, commercial/leisure space, college, marina, public squares and parking. JGP have been engaged for various phases of this on-going redevelopment. The first phases of this major redevelopment are complete, with further phases planned or underway on…

ATMOS Redevelopment, Totnes, South Devon

Atmos is a community-led redevelopment project aimed at regenerating the 3.5ha derelict industrial Dairy Crest site in the heart of Totnes. The site lies adjacent to Totnes railway station and the River Dart; is crossed by the historic Mill Leat that served various mills located within the town of Totnes; and includes the locally iconic…

Brixham Fish Quay – Strengthening Works

This £20 million major redevelopment project was a partnership between Torbay Council, Torbay Development Agency, The Community Regeneration Group Brixham 21 and the Torbay Harbour Authority. The South West Regional Development Agency, The European Regional Development Fund, Financial Investment for Fisheries and Torbay Council funded the scheme. Part of the redevelopment by contractor Mansell included…

Koops Mill Mews, Bermondsey, London, SE1

Located within sight of The Shard, this £3M mixed-use development lies within a grounds of a Grade II former tannery mill and warehousing complex. JGP provided structural services, including finite element ground settlement analysis and overnight condition survey of the Underground Jubilee Line before designing a foundation scheme approved by London Underground. The former tannery…