WJ Group Admin August 19, 2015 Sump Pumping System-Read More- Emma Trill January 7, 2020 Wellpoint Dewatering-Read More- Emma Trill November 19, 2019
This week, we celebrated 5 years in our Kings Langley home! We’re proud of the progress we’ve made since our move, and would like to share some of our fondest memories.
Passive Relief Systems Back to DewateringIt is sometimes possible to control excess pore water pressures in a confined aquifer below the base of a proposed excavation by using passive relief well systems. The passive wells are drilled in the base of the excavation before the excavation has reached the piezometric level in the aquifer. AsDeepwell and Wellpoint Dewatering-Read More-
WJ Groundwater April 14, 2016
‘A hole in one’ for WJ Groundwater who successfully drained a lagoon at the Montgomerie Golf Course in Dubai, UAE. We were set the challenge, by the main contractor Al Tayer Stocks and their subcontractor Ecocoast Contracting, to drain the golf course lagoon in one day so that a bund could be placed to allow
Construction Dewatering & Groundwater ControlWJ offer a complete construction dewatering and groundwater control service, ranging from design, installation, testing, monitoring and management of both temporary and permanent dewatering solutions to a wide range of customers. To learn more about the types of construction dewatering and groundwater control systems available, please select a service type below.
WJ Group Admin June 26, 2019
Geotechnical Engineering for the Medway Tunnel and ApproachesWJ Whitepaper Publication Credentials AUTHORS: • Q. Leiper, BSc, MSc, CEng, FICE, FIHT, CGeol, FGS • T. Roberts, BSc, PhD, CEng, FICE, FGS, MC!WEM • D. Russell, BSc, MSc, PhD, CEng, MICE DATE: 2000 Abstract The design and construction of the Medway immersed tube tunnel and approach structures
Multi-Aquifer Pressure Release in East LondonWJ WhitepaperAbstract Two adjacent deep shafts in east London involved excavation to 30 m below standing groundwater level and required temporary control of pressures in the Lower Aquifer below the London Clay. Three distinct aquifer horizons were present comprising the Lambeth Group channel sands, Thanet Sand and Chalk. One of