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2108, 2017

ISO certification

We are pleased to report that AGEC has been re-accredited  for a further 3 years by the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI). This accreditation  applies to [...]

1808, 2017

Progress in the wind energy sector

AGEC has worked with planning consultants McCarthy Keville O’Sullivan Ltd to successfully secure planning permission for a wind farm in the townlands of Cloncreen in County [...]

512, 2016

AGEC active in the renewables sector

We're welcoming the announcement of two new windfarm developments which have been granted planning permission last month - Glemore Windfarm an Carrigarierk Windfarm. AGEC has worked with [...]

212, 2016

St. Andrew’s Day celebrations…

            It was a great honour and privilege for both AGEC and our sister company Coastway Surveys to attend the British Ambassador’s [...]

2511, 2016

Sheet piling as a viable alternative for basement construction in the Dublin Docklands

A recent photo from a project we’ve been involved with, showing good progress on a hectic site in the Dublin Docklands. We've given support to our client [...]

2909, 2016

Doing business in Scotland

Republic of Ireland and Glasgow Celtic legend Packie Bonner joined AGEC and our sister company Coastway Surveys at the City Chambers in Glasgow last Tuesday night at [...]

2209, 2016

It’s been 25 years already?….

It’s been 25 years since our Technical Director, Paul Jennings, completed his PhD at the University of Cardiff. We thought it timely that we celebrate his work [...]

1008, 2016

Adding value with geomorphology

We don’t want to rail against computer modelling – we advocate high-end numerical modelling where it can add value for our clients – but we put huge [...]

1008, 2016

The joy of Earthworks Engineering

We’re very much looking forward to getting our teeth into the Second Edition of Neil Trenter’s seminal Earthworks: A guide which has been updated by Paul Novak [...]

1207, 2016

Welcoming CIRIA C750

The second edition of the much-used best practice guidance (replacing CIRIA C515 probably the de facto CoP for groundwater control in the UK and Ireland) is a [...]

907, 2016

Adding value to energy geotechnics

At AGEC we think our experience in energy geotechnics, specifically wind farm construction, is almost unparalleled. We’ve been involved in almost 200 separate projects and provide an [...]

2906, 2016

System reliability in slope stability

Last month’s issue of Geotechnique contained a paper by Reale, Xue and Gavin titled “System reliability of slopes using multimodal optimisation” [] which we thought was excellent. [...]