Construction Testing Solutions Ltd and its range of independent UKAS accredited laboratories provide on-site testing and laboratory services to the construction, quarry products and civil engineering industries across the whole of the UK.
Our purpose-built laboratories in the North of England currently employ over 70 laboratory and site technicians are fully equipped to test the mechanical, physical and chemical properties of soils, aggregates, concrete and bituminous materials as well as other construction materials and products. Additional capacity can be called upon throughout the UK from our colleagues at CET.
Our highly-trained technicians and engineers either visit sites and take representative samples for subsequent laboratory testing, or conducting in-situ field tests. Our well-maintained fleet of site vehicles are specially-adapted and equipped; which enable us to conduct a wide range of tests and inspections.
Our dedicated team of engineers and technicians is trained to deliver against a wide range of testing and reporting requirements. Working closely with our clients, we establish the suitability of materials and ensure compliance within national or site-specific standards.
We are committed to delivering quality of service throughout every project, whether that be speed and accuracy of testing, provision of interpretive reports, quality of end-product or simply the provision of a cost-effective service.
At Construction Testing Solutions, we offer the complete range of construction materials testing and services covering the entire project cycle. Including:
In 2016 Construction Testing Solutions joined the CET group, extending its capabilities and capacity across a broader range of testing and geotechnical services.
The CET group of companies provide UK wide award-winning services to the infrastructure, precision engineering, construction and insurance industries.
The CET Group of companies remain committed to the continual development and implementation of robust policies, procedures and activities to combat slavery and human trafficking within our business and supply chain. For more information, view our Modern Slavery Act 2015 statement for the Financial Year 2020/2021.