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New firm Cohesion Piling opens for business

A new geotechnical consultant – Cohesion Piling Company – has begun trading today.

The new firm will work from feasibility to design and installation on methods including continuous flight auger and sectional flight auger piling, bored mini pile, anchoring, soil nailing and underpinning.

Cohesion was set up by engineers John Robins and Gary Kime who were previously at geotechnical firm All Foundations. The pair has over 50 years combined experience in the construction industry. Robins’ background includes mini-piling and underpinning, with specialisms in moving buildings and creating structural openings, while Kime’s background centres in heavy piling solutions such as CFA, bored displacement and driven piles.

“Despite the current economic climate we believe there are opportunities for us to win work by providing well engineered and competitive solutions to our clients,” said Robins. “We’re both very excited about this new venture and are passionate about providing a transparent business model that does exactly what it says on the tin: ‘Delivers a cohesive service from quotation through to installation.’”

Based in Rochdale, Cohesion will focus on clients in the north west region, with plans to expand along the M62 corridor in the near future.

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