Lankelma developed a constant energy source to enable seismic shear wave damping analysis required for the track bed design of HS2 high speed rail.
Lankelma’s cantilever frame was utilised to carry out cone penetration testing up to 2m from a quay wall.
Canadian gold mining company Agnico Eagle Mines instructed Lankelma to carry out a specialist ground investigation in Finland.
Lankelma carried out its deepest seismic sounding at Grangemouth Refinery as part works for the FREON replacement scheme.
Our Membrane Interface Probe (MIP) was used to assess contamination in Stratford prior to large development works.
The video cone was ideal for use in identifying a potential ‘geological anomaly’ beneath a London sewer.
Lankelma’s lubrication module was successfully trialled at Wembley Park allowing for deeper CPT penetration in stiff clays.