GDG leading project to evaluate potential deep geothermal resources in Dublin city for district heating purposesBy: GDG
Posted on: 12-Jul-2019
GDG are leading an EU-funded project to evaluate the potential deep geothermal resources in two European urban areas. The GEO-URBAN project team met earlier this week in Dublin City Hall to discuss the preliminary results of the multi-disciplinary geophysical surveys that are ongoing in Dublin city and Vallès, Catalonia, Spain. The aim of the project is to improve the understanding of subsurface geological structures and establish a commercial roadmap for the use of geothermal energy as a renewable energy source for homes and businesses in these urban areas.
Posted on: 02-Jul-2019
Gavin and Doherty Geosolutions (GDG) have been commissioned by Wicklow County Council to conduct a maritime strategic review for the coastal area of Co. Wicklow.
Posted on: 07-Jun-2019
Posted on: 04-Jun-2019
Landslides and natural hazards represent a significant risk to the public in many countries around the world – to mitigate the impacts from these events, requires careful planning, engineering and management.
Posted on: 30-May-2019
GDG would like to congratulate Mark Coughlan, GDG Principal Geoscientist and iCRAG researcher, on the publication of an impressive paper on the stratigraphy of the Irish Sea. This study utilizes a combination of publically available geophysical seismic data (gathered as part of the INFOMAR programme) and geotechnical information to develop a ground model of the Quaternary geology in the North Irish Sea.
Posted on: 22-Mar-2019
GDG are leading a multinational European research initiative funded through the European Commission ERA-NET co-fund Geothermica.
Posted on: 22-Feb-2019
GE Haliade-X 12 MW Turbine Good Fit with Monopile Foundations
Posted on: 13-Feb-2019
Engineers Journal features GDG’s novel solutions for transport infrastructure asset management based on their EU-funded research activities.
Posted on: 08-Nov-2018
Paul Doherty, GDG's Managing Director presented today at the Offshore Wind Forum 2018 organised by the Irish Wind Energy Association - IWEA.
Posted on: 16-Oct-2018
GDG is delighted to receive a 'highly commended' award at the Keynetix 2018 Geotechnical Data Management Awards in Oxford last night for our work with the Geological Survey of Ireland on the TAGS (Tool for AGS) project.
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