Bucking The Trend
With a current order book in excess of £2,000,000 Geosynthetic Technology Limited continues to buck the trend, overcoming what is generally a tough time for the Construction Industry in the UK.
We have a wide range of current projects. Of particular significance is a substantial tank bund lining scheme for Shell UK, which follows other projects already completed for Shell this year.
Also of note is a 170,000 square metre land capping scheme for Skanska UK in Weymouth, South England. Our work commences early in August on a fast-track programme. Skanska has the contract to design and construct the A354 Weymouth Relief Road – a scheme to ease local congestion as well as provide an important transport link for the sailing events associated with the 2012 Olympics.
A first for Geosynthetic Technology Limited is a £20,000+ contract to line an existing (but currently leaking) lake at a Chateau in France. The location is between Geneva and Lyon, set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This project follows our lining of substantial lakes for Private Clients in Portugal, Italy and Eire during recent years.
Geosynthetic Technology Limited is always keen to build the order book to 2010, and would welcome your enquiries!