Gavin & Doherty Geosolutions 

Gavin & Doherty Geosolutions Ltd. (GDG) is a specialist geotechnical engineering consultancy, providing innovative geotechnical solutions across a broad range of civil engineering sectors. Our geotechnical engineers provide services to both the domestic and international markets including concept design, detailed design, in-situ monitoring and general geotechnical advice.

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Latest News

18th January 2017

Paul Doherty Presentation to the Irish Association of Hydrogeologists at Engineers Ireland

Paul Doherty’s presentation ‘The role of water in slope and retaining wall stability’ was delivered at Engineers Ireland on Monday 16th January to a gathering of the Irish Association of Hydrogeologists.  The presentation was followed by a discussion on the role of water in the stability of slopes and retaining structures.
16th January 2017

Quay wall piles hit target depth at Quay Wall at Cross Berth Quay in Dublin Port

In the last quarter of 2016, the Roadbridge L&M Keating joint venture (RBLMK) made significant progress at the Cross Berth Quay (CBQ) site, where they are currently constructing over 160 m of new piled quay wall. The piling commenced on the 10th November and comprised the installation of large diameter steel tubes and sheet piles to form a new combi-wall face, which will also be tied back to a parallel piled wall remote from the front face.
11th January 2017

GDG’s Senior Engineer, William Brown has collaborative research paper published in Ocean Engineering

Senior Engineer William Brown together with staff from both McLaughlin & Harvey’s Marine Renewables Team and QUB’s School of Natural and Built Environment have had their collaborative paper on ‘Evaluation of full scale shear performance of tension anchor foundations: Load displacement curves and failure criteria’ recently published in the Ocean Engineering journal, Volume 131 (2017). This work was funded by the Centre for Advanced Sustainable Energy.